Log message for revision 29871:
Changed sub-transaction abort code to not invalidate created objects.
There's really no point, because created objects will be unreachable
after invalidating old objects. Also, if a created object is
non-ghostifiable, it will try to load it's state again, and then
either it would fail or it would load non-committed state.
2005-04-04 11:04:27 UTC (rev 29870)
2005-04-04 11:04:33 UTC (rev 29871)
@@ -705,7 +705,7 @@
self._storage = self._tmp
self._tmp = None
- # Note: If we invalidate a non-justifiable object (i.e. a
+ # Note: If we invalidate a non-ghostifiable object (i.e. a
# persistent class), the object will immediately reread it's
# state. That means that the following call could result in a
# call to self.setstate, which, of course, must succeed. In
@@ -722,8 +722,12 @@
# It's really not worth the effort to pursue this.
+ # Note that we don't bother to invalidate objects created in
+ # the subtransactions because they are (or should be :)
+ # unreachable.
def _invalidate_creating(self, creating=None):
"""Dissown any objects newly saved in an uncommitted transaction."""
if creating is None:
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