Introduction One of my Twitter followers asked me to answer the following question on StackOverflow. This article aims to explain various techniques for controlling the UPDATE SQL statement that is executed whenever an entity is modified by the data access layer.
Introduction In my previous post I demonstrated how you can scale optimistic locking through write-concerns splitting. Version-less optimistic locking is one lesser-known Hibernate feature. In this post, I’ll explain both the good and the bad parts of this approach. Version-less optimistic locking Optimistic locking is commonly associated with a logical or physical clocking sequence, for both performance and consistency reasons. The clocking sequence points to an absolute entity state version for all entity state transitions. To support legacy database schema optimistic locking, Hibernate added a version-less concurrency control mechanism. To enable this… Read More