List/Grid Tag Archives: Persistence

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Extending your JPA POJOs

Extensibility is an important characteristic in many architectures.  It is a measure of how easy (or difficult) it is to add or change functionality without impacting existing ...
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High Performance JPA with GlassFish and Coherence – Part 3

In this third part of my four part series I’ll explain strategy number two of using Coherence with EclipseLink and GlassFish. This is all about using Coherence as Second Level ...
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High Performance JPA with GlassFish and Coherence – Part 2

In this second part of my four part series I’ll explain strategy number one of using Coherence with EclipseLink and GlassFish.This describes the steps you have to take to configure ...
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High performance JPA with GlassFish and Coherence – Part 1

Have you heard about Coherence before? Probably yes. It’s one of those famous in-memory grid solutions promising awesome fast data access and unlimited space for your ...
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Java Persistence API: a quick intro…

Hello Readers! After numerous requests from some of my friends I’ve decided to write a short article about the Java Persistence API. Object Oriented programming paradigm is the most ...
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Hibernate autocommit commands force MySQL in excessive disk I/O

Dear All, I am sure many of you use Hibernate and MySQL, I use it here and there myself. Generally the programming model is nice, but it is no secret that plain JDBC can be a lot faster. ...
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DataNucleus 3.0 vs Hibernate 3.5

DataNucleus Access Platform, as stated at the official product site, is the most standards-compliant Open Source Java persistence product in existence. It is fully compliant with the ...
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Revving Up Your Hibernate Engine

Want to know how you can tune up your Hibernate-based applications for seamless scalability and maximum performance results? This article explores tuning techniques for Hibernate-based ...
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