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Hi Ranchers,

I suppose there isn't a simple method for obtaining (the current) entity state? Determining entity state from a few lines of code is one thing. But looking at a (huge) existing enterprise app with a multitude of code paths and determining entity state ... that's quite different. (I'm using Hibernate < 3.4)

(Hypothetical?) Example:
EntityState.ENUM EntityManager.getEntityType(Object object)
 
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