Instance Property

faultingState

The faulting state of the managed object.

Declaration

@property(nonatomic, readonly) NSUInteger faultingState;

Return Value

0 if the object is fully initialized as a managed object and not transitioning to or from another state, otherwise some other value.

Discussion

0 if the object is fully initialized as a managed object and not transitioning to or from another state, otherwise some other value. This property allows you to determine if an object is in a transitional phase when receiving a key-value observing change notification.

See Also

Getting State Information

managedObjectContext

The managed object context with which the managed object is registered.

hasChanges

A Boolean value that indicates whether the managed object has been inserted, has been deleted, or has unsaved changes.

inserted

A Boolean value that indicates whether the managed object has been inserted in a managed object context.

updated

A Boolean value that indicates whether the managed object has unsaved changes.

deleted

A Boolean value that indicates whether the managed object will be deleted during the next save.

fault

A Boolean value that indicates whether the managed object is a fault.

- hasFaultForRelationshipNamed:

Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the relationship for a given key is a fault.

hasPersistentChangedValues

A Boolean value that indicates whether the managed object has persistent changes.

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