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InstantDB: Update not realized immediately


Hi folks,

Here's something I noticed with InstantDB this morning (latest version).

Let's say I have 2 processes connected to a database. If proc 2 updates a
row, proc 1 never sees the change until it first disconnects and then
reconnects to the database. For instance, here's a sample sequence:

Proc 1 --> select * from ObjectID (Result: next=1000040)
Proc 2 --> update objectid set next = 1000039
Proc 1 --> select * from ObjectID (Result: next=1000040)
Proc 1 --> Disconnect/reconnect to DB
Proc 1 --> select * from ObjectID (Result: next=1000039)

This doesn't seem correct. Can anyone explain this to me?

Please note, I'm doing updates/queries using the Enhydra DBConnection class
like this:

  (Proc 1)
  DBConnection conn = Enhydra.getDatabaseManager().allocateConnection();
  ResultSet rs = conn.executeQuery("SELECT * FROM Person");

  (Proc 2)
  int rows = conn.executeUpdate("update objectid set next = 1000039");
  conn.commit();

Am I misusing the Enhydra DBConnection class? Or is something strange going
on with InstantDB?

Thanks,
Christian
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Christian Cryder
Software Engineer, Rocks
Lutris Technologies, Inc.
christianc@lutris.com
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