consider that my record is not created with a refresh() operation, but is
created using create.newRecord(MYTABLE)
mapped from another object graph (from rest api).
Does reset work anyway? It seems to depend from record state, may I
2016-10-17 20:52 GMT+02:00 Lukas Eder <lukas.e...@gmail.com>:
> Hi Denis,
> Thanks for the update. That's indeed one option to prevent setting the
> identity value. You could also reset it prior to storing using
> record.reset(Field). Or you could implement a RecordListener that does this
> prior to each store(), insert() call.
> Note, the reason why jOOQ sets the identity value by default is because
> some databases allow for explicit overriding the identity value. I know
> that SQL Server is a bit special here, but I'm sure that an "emulated"
> identity (DEFAULT with sequence generated value) can also be overridden, I
> think - so jOOQ doesn't make any assumptions and just does what users ask
> it to do, i.e. set the identity value...
> Hope this helps,
> 2016-10-14 13:09 GMT+02:00 Denis Miorandi <denis.miora...@gmail.com>:
>> ok, solved myself. Using jooq 3.8 is possible to pass to
>> record.insert(xx) a Collection, so this method do the work of removing
>> preserving all fields except identity
>> Identity<?, ?> identity=rec.getTable().getIdentity();
>> return Stream.of(rec.fields())
>> Il giorno giovedì 13 ottobre 2016 17:27:53 UTC+2, Denis Miorandi ha
>>> I'm using dslCtx.createNewRecord(TABLE) to create a record,
>>> mapping from my objectgraph (not jooq pojos) to jooq record. Record is an
>>> UpdatableRecord with IDENTITY.
>>> Issue is my mapper map also KEY/IDENTITY that is null so operation that
>>> is an insert (due to null key) fail cause jooq specify ID on an identity
>>> Question is modify my mapper the only way (avoiding to place identity
>>> field on record if value is null) or
>>> are there some other way to do automatically before record.insert(),
>>> i.e. removing identity field from record?
>>> All in all can I remove a field from jooq record?
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