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From "Pierre Gilquin" <>
Subject Re: Child context for Web App
Date Sat, 22 Mar 2008 06:59:27 GMT
Thanks Andrey,

I am using what you propose for getting child context at session level
chidContext= globalContext.createChildDataContext();. But I dont understand your sentence
>> it  collapses to just calling one method.

Do you mean using localObject to get object in globalContext ?

objectInGlobalContext = (XXX) globalContext.localObject(myObjectInLocalContext.getObjectId(),myObjectInLocalContext);

Thanks again for your help


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Razumovsky Andrey" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2008 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: Child context for Web App

> Hi Pierre!
> When you use nested contexts (,
you don't need to manually copy 
> objects between contexts, it collapses to just calling one method. I think that's exactly
what you need.
> Manually calling setObjectContext (and even worse, deprecated setDataContext), by my
experience, usually results in 
> errors since Cayenne's internal object graph isn't properly updated.
> Andrey 

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