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How to enforce database insert with JPA?

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we use JPA 2 (EclipseLink) to do the following:

a) Insert a record into a table from our ERP-system.
b) Call an event for our ERP-system.
c) The ERP-system (not Java based) reads the record from a) after receiving the event.

a) and b) looks like the following:

Sometimes the problem occurs that the ERP-system cannot see the inserted record, because the ERP-event executes faster than the record was inserted with JPA.

Is it possible to guarantee after em.close() that the database is up to date?

Kind regards
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