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deleteByID

Delete using an entity name and an incoming id, you can also flush the session if needed. The ID can be a single ID or an array of ID's to batch delete using hibernate DLM style deletes. The function also returns the number of records deleted.
No cascading will be done since the delete is done without loading the entity into session but via DLM HQL

Returns

  • This function returns numeric

Arguments

Key
Type
Required
Default
Description
entityName
string
Yes
---
The name of the entity to delte
id
any
Yes
---
A single ID or array of IDs
flush
boolean
No
false
transactional
boolean
No
From Property
Use transactions not

Examples

// just delete
count = ormService.deleteByID("User",1);
// delete and flush
count = ormService.deleteByID("User",4,true);
// Delete several records, or at least try
count = ormService.deleteByID("User",[1,2,3,4]);