In cayenne 1.0 the relations where published direct
if the access was not done via ResultIterator.
In 1.1 there have been put placeholders into the property-map
but I'm not shure how they work and how far they are initialized.
Todd O'Bryan <toddobrya..ac.com> schrieb am 03.08.04 20:32:35:
> Please correct me if I'm wrong, but even though this relationship
> exists, it's looked up lazily, correct?
> In other words, if he gets a row from ware, there will be a hook to get
> all the orders but they won't actually be looked up until and unless he
> calls the method that asks for them. So, even though there is potential
> information available that we don't need, as long as we never use the
> information, there's no performance penalty...
> Or am I just being overly optimistic?
> On Aug 3, 2004, at 3:14 AM, Jürgen Saar wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've got a problem with the fact that reverse relations are mandatory
> > in cayenne.
> > Example:
> > There is a 1 to 1 Realationship between OderPosition and wares
> > When I select a row in my wares, there will be all orders
> > that deal with this in this ware-object.
> > This is not the behavior I would like.
> > Any hints ?
> > --- Juergen ---
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