High-Performance Java Persistence – Chapter 14 – Batching
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Part 2, Chapter 14
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This chapter explains how batch updates work in Hibernate.
14. Batching 14.1 Batching insert statements 14.2 Batching update statements 14.3 Batching delete statements
Batch updates can have a great impact on data access layer performance, and Hibernate makes it very easy to switch from non-batchable statements to batched
PreparedStatement(s). In this chapter, I explain how you can enable JDBC batching for insert, update, and delete statements.
Because setting the
hibernate.jdbc.batch_size configuration property is not always enough, I also explain how statement ordering can leverage JDBC batching when using entity state cascading.
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