ODocument in 3.x - can we still use it for missing methods on OElement

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Harish

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Jan 25, 2018, 2:19:38 PM1/25/18
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In the Orient 3.x user guide, we have the following guideline:

Attention: until v 2.2 the Document API relied on ODocument class only. ODocument is still there as the main implementation of OElement, but please don't use it directly, always use OElement instead

This is fine for most scenarios - but what about methods that cannot be reached through OElement? In such cases, is it OK to still cast to ODocument in 3.x? A simple case where this applies is the getDirtyFields() method on ODocument.


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Harish.

Luigi Dell'Aquila

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Jan 30, 2018, 6:07:44 AM1/30/18
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Hi Harish,

Good point, there is a chance that some methods that we did not expose on the public interface are indeed useful as public API.
Please let us know which methods you need, we are open to evaluate them

Thanks

Luigi

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Harish

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Jan 31, 2018, 4:02:57 PM1/31/18
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Hi Luigi,

So far, I'm missing getDirtyFields() which would be pretty useful in general I think. 

The other thing I noticed is that there are still some ODocument remnants that require ODocument use by the client code.

1) When extending ODocumentHookAbstract
2) When running OSQLAsynchQuery and OSQLNonBlockingQuery (see https://github.com/orientechnologies/orientdb/issues/8019)

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