- All Superinterfaces:
EntityManagerto be implemented by EntityManager proxies. Allows access to the underlying target EntityManager.
This interface is mainly intended for framework usage. Application code
should prefer the use of the
method to access native functionality of the underlying resource.
- Juergen Hoeller
Methods inherited from interface jakarta.persistence.EntityManager
clear, close, contains, createEntityGraph, createEntityGraph, createNamedQuery, createNamedQuery, createNamedStoredProcedureQuery, createNativeQuery, createNativeQuery, createNativeQuery, createQuery, createQuery, createQuery, createQuery, createQuery, createStoredProcedureQuery, createStoredProcedureQuery, createStoredProcedureQuery, detach, find, find, find, find, flush, getCriteriaBuilder, getDelegate, getEntityGraph, getEntityGraphs, getEntityManagerFactory, getFlushMode, getLockMode, getMetamodel, getProperties, getReference, getTransaction, isJoinedToTransaction, isOpen, joinTransaction, lock, lock, merge, persist, refresh, refresh, refresh, refresh, remove, setFlushMode, setProperty, unwrap
getTargetEntityManagerReturn the underlying EntityManager that this proxy will delegate to.
In case of an extended EntityManager, this will be the associated raw EntityManager.
In case of a shared ("transactional") EntityManager, this will be the raw EntityManager that is currently associated with the transaction. Outside of a transaction, an IllegalStateException will be thrown.
- the underlying raw EntityManager (never
IllegalStateException- if no underlying EntityManager is available