Attributes of type BLOB are not preloaded

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    efim
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    Hi,

    if I apply IObjectList.EnsureObjects on a list of objects containing a BLOB attribute it is apparently not loaded even setting DelayedFetch = false.
    Is Eager Loading for BLOBs not foreseen?

    /Efim

    #4890 Score: 0

    Admin
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    No I do not recognize that behavior – have you verified this? I think I would have suffered from this if it was the case…

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    efim
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    I have attached a fragment of my model and ECO Logging entries while displaying Icons that are modeled as BLOBs.

    Another hint: If I stop IIS (Remote Persistence) before displaying Icons it hangs until timeout expires and no icons are shown (see Offline.png).

    Efim

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    Admin
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    Ok – good. What version are you on? Buildnumber precision please

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    efim
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    Hi Hans,

    here is the Build number

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    Admin
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    Thanks – That is pretty old – I will have to ask you to verify in new build… If we find this is a current bug it will be fixed asap.

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    efim
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    I guess this issue is also in the newest Build – see Attachments pls.

    Also I have no explanation why no sqls are logged?

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    efim
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    Hi Hans,

    are there some new results to this problem?

    /Efim

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    Admin
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    I still have not gotten around to create a test case that proves this – the test cases I do have seems to not support your thesis.

    Why there is no sql logged; I would assume that you use remote persistence and then the sql is not created by the local app but rather by the persistence server.

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    efim
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    Yes, I”m using Remote Persistence. I have tested with Standalone version of my system, and yes, sqls are logged then.

    Nevertheless the question remains why sqls do come -> see attachments please. I use Firebird: can it be of importance?

    /Efim

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