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Retrieving deleted Entity Objects

I have seen a couple of use cases where developers need to iterate through the deleted Entity Objects and perform validations based on various conditions. Steve shared some pointers, which helped me to find a solution. The following code snippet may help you to identify the deleted entities.

public class EmployeesImpl extends EntityImpl {
    
 public ArrayList<EntityImpl> findDeletedEmployees() {
    ArrayList<EntityImpl> deletedList = 
                              new ArrayList<EntityImpl>();
    Iterator iterator =
            this.getEntityDef().
              getAllEntityInstancesIterator
                        (this.getDBTransaction());
   while (iterator.hasNext()) {
      EmployeesImpl emp = (EmployeesImpl)iterator.next();
       if (emp.getEntityState() 
                       == Entity.STATUS_DELETED) {
          // Keep soft ref. if worried on GC              
          deletedList.add(emp); 
        }
    }
    return deletedList;
  }
   
    // Rest of  your code goes here
 }

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