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From euangreen <euangr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: reading from repository quickly
Date Thu, 25 Jun 2009 14:39:17 GMT

I wipe my database and repository when changing Persistence Managers, but
still have lock problems when using BundleBDPersistenceManager. I''ll do
more reading and will prob figure that out.

I'm going to look into using getNode/Property isntead of getting the whole
object into XML .

Thanks for the help


Marcel Reutegger wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 15:39, euangreen<euangreen@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm trying various combinations of PersistenceManager , but have had no
>> luck
>> getting them to actually run. I keep getting a file lock error when
>> trying
>> to change from SimpleDBPersistenceManager to BundleDbPersistenceManager.
>> But
>> will persevere and look into changing the cache size to see if it makes a
>> difference.
> you cannot just switch the persistence manager configuration when you
> have existing data. the different implementations use different ways
> how they store content e.g. in a database. make sure you start with a
> fresh tables when you switch the persistence manager.
>> I'm using Session.exportDocumentView() to read the information from
>> repository into an xml object then into an object in the java app. This
>> certainly seems from profiling where the main problem is.
>> I'm trying to speed this up but not sure how basically
>> Any ideas?
> that's certainly not the most performant way. you should rather use
> the various getNode/Property() methods and get the desired content
> directly.
> regards
>  marcel

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