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alternative to session.flush() in hibernate?

 
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Hi All,

I am currently facing an issue with persisting an object in DB.
The scenario goes like this -

I want to update a bunch of records based on the user input.

First i save the input from the user in the DB as one row.
Then i call a procedure which selects the row based on some condition and fires an insert/update on the table.

In order to get the procedure the values, i do session.flush()..because only then will my procedure get the required row from the DB.

Is there any other way by which i can persist the object in the DB?

I did try saveOrUpdate(); but that did not work as i have parent/child relationship.


Thanks.

 
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