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  1. EOF-Using EOF-EOF Traces

    "INSERT INTO " com.webobjects.eocontrol.EOEditingContext.saveChanges com.webobjects.eocontrol.EOObjectStore.saveChangesInEditingContext com.webobjects.eoacecss.EODatabaseContext.saveChangesInEditingContext com.webobjects.eoaccess.EODatabaseContext.performChanges com.webobjects.eoaccess.EODatabaseContext.performChangesW
    DocumentationSep 03, 2007
  2. EOF-Using EOF-EOGenerator

    This is deprecated information! Contents Overview If you've ever used EOModeler's Java source code generator, you know how much of a pain it can be when you make changes to your model objects and have to merge changes in later. One solution for this is to use EOGenerator, an application developed by Rubicode Software,
    WebObjectsJan 22, 2012
  3. EOF-Using EOF-EOSharedEditingContext

    Overview EOSharedEditingContext, which should more appropriately be named EOReadOnlyEditingContext (or EOReadMostlyEditingContext), provides an editing context that can be used across your entire application for keeping globally shared EO's in memory. While it is possible to make changes to objects in a shared editing
    DocumentationSep 03, 2007
  4. EOF-Using EOF-Logging

    Overview You can turn SQL logging on when launching by using DEOAdaptorDebugEnabled=true or EOAdaptorDebugEnabled YES. However, this can slam out a ton of SQL. While this is useful for some debugging it is way too much to sift through when trying to analyze a particular problem. You can use this method to selectively e
    DocumentationJul 02, 2012
  5. EOF-Using EOF-Faulting

    Faulting When an enterprise object is about to retrieve data for one or more of its properties, it is required to notify other objects that it's about to take action. It does this by invoking willRead. An EOGenericRecord class using takeStoredValueForKey to access data automatically invokes willRead. This method is a p
    DocumentationSep 12, 2010
  6. EOF-Using EOF-Localization and Internationalization

    Overview Using UTF8 encoding Place the following code in your WOApplication's dispatchRequest worequest.setContentEncoding(NSUtilities.UTF8StringEncoding); worequest.setHeader("text/html; charset=UTF8; encoding=UTF8", "contenttype"); This will make every page use UTF8 encoding when sending content back to the browser.
    DocumentationSep 03, 2007
  7. EOF-Using EOF-Custom EOAdaptor

    It's surprisingly easy to create a simple custom EOAdaptor. You can look at JavaFSAdaptor, which is part of Project Wonder, and you can also look at JavaMemoryAdaptor, also in Wonder. Here is a little example on how the create an EOAdaptor: Creating an EOAdaptor can be very straightforward (or very complicated) dependi
    DocumentationSep 22, 2012
  8. EOF-Using EOF-Fetch Limits

    Overview By default, when you use an EOFetchSpecification, it will fetch all of the EOs that match its EOQualifier. However, often the user interface you will be using is paginated, and there are large performance wins by instead loading your results in pages. Core WO EOFetchSpecification provides a setFetchLimit(int)
    DocumentationSep 18, 2007
  9. EOF-Using EOF-Custom Qualifiers

    Chuck Hill Pierre Bernard has some very cool qualifier extensions on his site: You might find what you need there or at least a good starting point. Migrated to Confluence 4.0
    DocumentationJan 22, 2012
  10. EOF-Using EOF-Configuration Settings

    EOAdaptorDebugEnabled YES/NO (true for WO5) turns on Adaptor logging. This gives you the SQL statements that are issued against your database. EOAdaptorUseBindVariables YES/NO (false for WO5) (this one is quite hidden in the docs) Turns off bind variables on the SQL statements, making SQL much more readable when debugg
    DocumentationSep 03, 2007