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Hibernate Dirty checking not performing as expected

Nickolas Case
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Joined: Apr 26, 2008
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Hello all,

I have a threaded application that can make multiple changes to single rows/fields and the final change is not being persisted through dirty checking.


Examples:
Row 1 has change A made to it. Change A is not persisted
Row 2 has change A made to it, then change B. Only change A is persisted

This is a very heavy application, with changes numbering in the thousands per run. Could this be the culprit?


Unit tests pass which leads me to believe it is a concurrency issue, has anyone ran into this issue before?

some code:





All threads process similarly...


 
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