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  1. EOF-Overview

    that connect to each other. Another facet takes an object graph and uses templates to produce HTML. The first facet is EOF. EOF bridges the world of relational databases to the world of objects. To put it in other terms, EOF allows you to start with a database and build POJOs (POJO = "Plain Old Java Object
    DocumentationFeb 11, 2012
  2. EOF-Using EOF-Concurrency

    think that will be fine. Memory usage is the most likely issue that you will run into. The extra EOF stacks will consume more memory than a single stack
    DocumentationSep 03, 2007
  3. EOF-Using EOF-Validation Jerry W. Walker WO and EOF have an incredible array of validation mechanisms. Here are some notes you might find helpful: User
    DocumentationJul 24, 2014
  4. EOF-Using EOF-Bulk Operations

    Overview The standard techniques for using EOF can potentially break down when you are dealing with extremely large datasets. The techniques described here are useful for taking advantage of EOF's benefits while not at the same time running out of memory. There is quite a bit of overlap between this topic
    DocumentationSep 03, 2007
  5. Leveraging the Power of EOF

    Leveraging the Power of EOF Fetching Objects Locking Data Freshness Using SQL when needed Raw Rows Fetch Efficiency (pre and batch fetching) Optimistic Locking Failures Constraint Failures Migrated to Confluence 4.0
    WOCommunityFeb 28, 2011
  6. EOF-Modeling-Prototypes

    annoying and useless error message from inside of EOF. I believe you get a ClassCastException from SQL generation from a method that is named something about creating a comma separated list from an NSArray (I don't have the exception around offhand). So if you ever see a ClassCastException from way down in EOF, log this note
    DocumentationJul 04, 2008
  7. EOF-Modeling-JDBC

    ". This will be used to tell EOF how to access the data. It is possible to specify the full name of the JDBC driver class, but commonly used databases have
    DocumentationSep 12, 2010
  8. EOF-Modeling-Attributes

    An attribute is, abstractly speaking, a piece of information about an entity. For example, an EOEntity may represent a person. The first name of the person is an attribute. The zip code of the person's address may be an attribute. An attribute is represented in EOF as a com.webobjects.eoaccess.EOAttribute instance
    DocumentationJan 31, 2012
  9. EOF-Modeling-Entities

    . How abstract one chooses one's entities to be is a matter of choice and experience. EOF uses the class com.webobjects.eoaccess.EOEntity to manage an entity
    DocumentationFeb 11, 2012
  10. EOF-Modeling-GlobalIDs

    A GlobalID (often called a GID) is an object which can be used to uniquely identify an instance of an entity. For example, if you have an entity called "Trucks" then GIDs can be used to identify which truck is being considered. The superclass EOGlobalID can be used through the EOF API, but its concrete subclasses
    DocumentationSep 03, 2007