Do you need a connection for the duration of the time that you use it? Are there any examples around using PG with Blobs, using streams not byte? I probably could change schema via native SQL directly but is there a way to bind schema to persistence unit? Sign up using Facebook. You could add to it as needed. I ran into something similar with HSQL. I need be able to call myBinaryProperty.
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In reply to this post by Ecli;selink Joseph Krogh. For my model I went with a byte property since Blob is an interface. I don’t understand the question, what do you mean?
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I need be able to call myBinaryProperty. Sign up using Facebook. In that case I ended up unwrapping the Eclipselink session from the injected EntityManager, getting a connection and creating a prepared statement ecllpselink ResultSet I iterated, grabbing the blob stream like so:.
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When it comes to handelign LOBs I need something like this: I need to store quite large binaries in my DB so storing them as byte-arrays PG’s bytea doesn’t work for me, I need to work with streams. JPA – EclipseLink – How to change default schema You can override the schema for the entire persistence unit using an orm. Email Required, but never shown. There are a couple of parts that are a little hacky, so we still should add an enhancement request to make this work more smoothly.
It looks like that code makes EL able to read blobs, but not to write them, or generate correct schema. I ran into something similar with HSQL. I was creating as many postgreSQL users that I have schemas and reassign default schemas of these users but your solution is definitly better.
BlobProxy which does goes around this.
EclipseLink JPA With PostgreSQL
If so, that will be a challenge given the constraints of the JPA world. Which in HSQL’s case has pretty big implications. I am still looking in to the best way to get around that issue.
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There is some discussion right now on pg-jdbc about making this driver the new one and deprecating the old one, interessting to see what happens. Is the code attached to this bug any help?
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There is quite alot of functionality that can be overridden through subclassing our various database platforms. We implement a way of making fields mapped to LOBs LAZY, to avoid loading them when they are not needed, but that does not avoid loading them all at once when they are loaded.
PG’s jdbc-driver doesn’t implement Connection. This same question was asked posfgresql answered here: Currently, by default, when reading EclipseLink will read all the data in the BLOB by default – the reason is because after we are done with the connection, we will not have that option anymore.
What I need is large files not fit in RAM to be part of a transaction when writing data. I’ve tested a new PG-driver which implements Connection.
Some key points about the example: I probably could change schema via native SQL directly but is there a way to bind schema to persistence unit?