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From Andrus Adamchik <and...@objectstyle.org>
Subject Re: toMany relationship not fetched
Date Thu, 13 Apr 2006 06:22:38 GMT
Hi Marcin,

I'll look into that. Just to clarify, what version of Cayenne are you  
using? Is this the latest nightly build?

Andrus


On Apr 13, 2006, at 7:39 AM, Marcin Skladaniec wrote:

> Hello everyone !
>
> Andrus, thank you for fixing that bug so quickly !
>
>
> I got another problem, it may be related to previous thats why I  
> post it here.
>
> It does not happen always, I tried to create a separate project to  
> reproduce it, but I couldn't.
>
> This is the code which reproduces problem in my application:
>
> 				CayenneContext context = ContextManager.getNewDedicatedContext();
> 				List students = context.performQuery(new SelectQuery 
> (Student.class));
> 				for (int i=0 ; i<students.size();i++) {
> 					Student student = (Student)students.get(i);
>
> 					//this works ...
> 					logger.info(i+ ") students count = " +student.getLanguage 
> ().getStudents().size());
> 					
> 					//this don't work
> 					logger.info(i+ ") language name =  " +student.getLanguage 
> ().getName());
> 				}
> 				
> 				CayenneContext context2 = ContextManager.getNewDedicatedContext();
> 				List languages = context2.performQuery(new SelectQuery 
> (Language.class));
> 				for (int i=0 ; i< languages.size();i++) {
> 					Language language = (Language)languages.get(i);
> 					if (language.getStudents().size() > 0) {
>
> 						logger.info(i+ ") language name =  " +language.getName());
> 						logger.info(i+ ") students count = " +language.getStudents 
> ().size());
>
> 						for (int j =0;j<language.getStudents().size();j++) {
> 							Student student = ((Student)language.getStudents().get(j));
> 							logger.info("\t"+j+ ") student name = " +student.getFullName 
> ());
> 							logger.info("\t"+j+ ") student language = "  
> +student.getLanguage().getName());
> 							
> 						}
> 					}
> 				}
>
> On output I'm getting :
>
>   - 0) students count = 1
>   - 0) language name =  null
>   - 1) students count = 1
>   - 1) language name =  null
>   - 2) students count = 1
>   - 2) language name =  null
>
>  - 8) language name =  Galic
>  - 8) students count = 1
> 	  - 	0) student name = test test
> 	  - 	0) student language = Galic
>  - 1287) language name =  Guatamalan
>  - 1287) students count = 1
> 	  - 	0) student name = test2 test2
> 	  - 	0) student language = Guatamalan
>  - 1509) language name =  English
>  - 1509) students count = 1
> 	  - 	0) student name = test3  test3
> 	  - 	0) student language = English
>
> It looks like sometimes the object is not "faulted" correctly. I  
> can't see when and why ...
>
>
> Marcin
>
>
> On 11/04/2006, at 5:35 PM, Andrus Adamchik wrote:
>
>> Ok, now I got it. This is a bug - RelationshipQuery was  
>> incorrectly intercepted by the client CayenneContext. I opened a  
>> bug report:
>>
>> http://objectstyle.org/jira/browse/CAY-500
>>
>> and actually already checked in the fix, so it should be available  
>> in 04/11 nightly build.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Andrus
>>
>>
>> On Apr 11, 2006, at 4:58 AM, Marcin Skladaniec wrote:
>>
>>
>
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