org.hibernate.event.internal
Class DefaultFlushEntityEventListener

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.hibernate.event.internal.DefaultFlushEntityEventListener
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, FlushEntityEventListener
Direct Known Subclasses:
AbstractJPATest.JPAFlushEntityEventListener, EJB3FlushEntityEventListener

public class DefaultFlushEntityEventListener
extends Object
implements FlushEntityEventListener

An event that occurs for each entity instance at flush time

See Also:
Serialized Form

Constructor Summary
DefaultFlushEntityEventListener()
           
 
Method Summary
 void checkId(Object object, EntityPersister persister, Serializable id, SessionImplementor session)
          make sure user didn't mangle the id
protected  void dirtyCheck(FlushEntityEvent event)
          Perform a dirty check, and attach the results to the event
protected  boolean handleInterception(FlushEntityEvent event)
           
protected  boolean invokeInterceptor(SessionImplementor session, Object entity, EntityEntry entry, Object[] values, EntityPersister persister)
           
protected  boolean isUpdateNecessary(FlushEntityEvent event)
          Performs all necessary checking to determine if an entity needs an SQL update to synchronize its state to the database.
 void onFlushEntity(FlushEntityEvent event)
          Flushes a single entity's state to the database, by scheduling an update action, if necessary
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

DefaultFlushEntityEventListener

public DefaultFlushEntityEventListener()
Method Detail

checkId

public void checkId(Object object,
                    EntityPersister persister,
                    Serializable id,
                    SessionImplementor session)
             throws HibernateException
make sure user didn't mangle the id

Throws:
HibernateException

onFlushEntity

public void onFlushEntity(FlushEntityEvent event)
                   throws HibernateException
Flushes a single entity's state to the database, by scheduling an update action, if necessary

Specified by:
onFlushEntity in interface FlushEntityEventListener
Throws:
HibernateException

handleInterception

protected boolean handleInterception(FlushEntityEvent event)

invokeInterceptor

protected boolean invokeInterceptor(SessionImplementor session,
                                    Object entity,
                                    EntityEntry entry,
                                    Object[] values,
                                    EntityPersister persister)

isUpdateNecessary

protected final boolean isUpdateNecessary(FlushEntityEvent event)
                                   throws HibernateException
Performs all necessary checking to determine if an entity needs an SQL update to synchronize its state to the database. Modifies the event by side-effect! Note: this method is quite slow, avoid calling if possible!

Throws:
HibernateException

dirtyCheck

protected void dirtyCheck(FlushEntityEvent event)
                   throws HibernateException
Perform a dirty check, and attach the results to the event

Throws:
HibernateException


Copyright © 2001-2012 Red Hat, Inc. All Rights Reserved.