Java Code Examples for org.hibernate.mapping.PersistentClass#isLazy()

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Example 1
private static void bindPojoRepresentation(Element node, PersistentClass entity,
		Mappings mappings, java.util.Map metaTags) {

	String className = getClassName( node.attribute( "name" ), mappings );
	String proxyName = getClassName( node.attribute( "proxy" ), mappings );

	entity.setClassName( className );

	if ( proxyName != null ) {
		entity.setProxyInterfaceName( proxyName );
		entity.setLazy( true );
	}
	else if ( entity.isLazy() ) {
		entity.setProxyInterfaceName( className );
	}

	Element tuplizer = locateTuplizerDefinition( node, EntityMode.POJO );
	if ( tuplizer != null ) {
		entity.addTuplizer( EntityMode.POJO, tuplizer.attributeValue( "class" ) );
	}
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: quarkus   File: ProxyDefinitions.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
private static boolean needsProxyGeneration(PersistentClass persistentClass) {
    //Only lazy entities need a proxy, and only class-mapped classed can be proxies (Envers!)
    return persistentClass.isLazy() && (persistentClass.getMappedClass() != null);
}