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 Post subject: Hibernate batch insert and exception handling
PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2011 6:55 am 
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Hi,
I have searched a lot but not found any information related to this (all the examples are basic & don't show the exception handling part) : when doing batch insert using Hibernate ( i.e. adding objects in a loop as session.save(object) and calling session.flush() at interval of say 50, suppose the session.flush() throws exception :

1. Is there any way to know which of the 50 objects in the batch was responsible for the exception ? ( could be 1 or more)
2. If the answer to above is "not possible" , is there any other option to do batch insert as well as know which particular objects caused the exception ( for log/audit purpose) - or it means we can't do batch insert if we want to know the Object which is failing ?
3. I understand in case of exception the whole batch of 50 objects will be rolled back. Is there any mechanism in Hibernate batch insert through which, if say 2 records of a batch of 50, have an error, the remaining 48 can still get persisted in DB ?

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 Post subject: Re: Hibernate batch insert and exception handling
PostPosted: Fri Jan 20, 2012 11:17 pm 
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I am facing same issue. Do you get any help


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