How to increment the parent entity version whenever a child entity gets modified with JPA and Hibernate
Introduction StackOverflow and the Hibernate forum are gold mines. Yesterday, I bumped on the following question on our forum: Usually, the rationale behind clustering objects together is to form a transactional boundary inside which business invariants are protected. I’ve noticed that with the OPTIMISTIC locking mode changes to a child entity will not cause a version increment on the root. This behavior makes it quite useless to cluster objects together in the first place. Is there a way to configure Hibernate so that any changes to an object cluster will cause the… Read More
100% done The third part of High-Performance Java Persistence book is out. It’s been one year and two months since I started writing this book, and nine months since I published the first part.
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