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From Michael Dick <michael.d.d...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Entity generation is very time consuming
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2011 15:50:51 GMT
I don't have any general tips that will apply to every situation, so here
come more questions.

How are you loading the rows (one big query, or several smaller ones)?

Do you have a lot of relationships in your entities (the resulting joins can
slow things down).

Do you see a lot of connections being obtained from the connection pool?

-mike

On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 10:15 AM, M. Walter <marc.walter@sbb.ch> wrote:

> I have an Oracle 10g database and in the JEE application I use
> OpenJPA-1.2.3-SNAPSHOT (which is shipped with IBM WebSphere 7 application
> server). I'm loading 60.000 rows from a table with some booleans, strings,
> numbers and timestamps. Nothing big and no blobs and things like that. The
> generation of the corresponding JPA entities takes 24 seconds. This is very
> long in my opinion. Is there any possibility to tune and speed things up
> considerably? I think 60.000 entities should not be that much data so I
> have
> to get a cup of coffee every time I trigger the select...
>
> Do you have any hints for me in order to increase performance? Thank you!
>
> P.S.: Unfortunately I can't upgrade to JPA 2.0, only JPA 1.0 features
> allowed.
>
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