I think that's a bit too categorical. However, you should definitely be
aware of how they behave.

/G

2016-10-18 0:34 GMT+02:00 Paulo Quicoli <pauloquic...@gmail.com>:

> In fact, you should avoid identity fields when using NHibernate
>
> Em Seg, 17 de out de 2016 20:33, Gunnar Liljas <gunnar.lil...@gmail.com>
> escreveu:
>
>> A Save on a new entity with an identity POID will flush any pending
>> actions. Updating EntityA in Scenario2 doesn't add any pending actions
>> until the commit is called. In fact, you should not call Save when you're
>> updating.
>>
>> /G
>>
>> 2016-10-17 23:14 GMT+02:00 isern regalis <isernrega...@gmail.com>:
>>
>> Hi,
>> I'm seeing the following behavior where saving an entity with generated
>> identity "flushes" previous Saves on new entities but have no identity
>> column that haven't been commited/flushed yet, but does not do the same
>> when the previous uncommited Save actions are updates. I didn't find
>> anything documented on this. Any idea why the previous Saves (entities
>> having no generated identity) aren't postponed until commit like for the
>> update?
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Scenario1 (Insert):
>>       Entity1 without identity column is saved with Save() (New so will
>> be inserted)
>>       No flush or commit has yet been called so no calls to DB yet
>>       Entity2 with identity column is saved with Save() (New so will be
>> inserted)
>>
>> Insert db call for Entity1 is carried out before Entity2 even though
>> Commit or Flush not called yet.
>>
>> Scenario2 (Update):
>>       EntityA  without identity column is saved with Save() (Existing so
>> will be updated)
>>       No flush or commit has yet been called so no calls to DB yet
>>       EntityB with identity column is saved with Save() (New so will be
>> inserted)
>>
>>       EntityA gets updated in DB during Commit
>>
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