It takes too long for Tamino to recognize changes

Hallo everyone,
I have the problem that it takes a really long time until Tamino finds out
that my data has changed.

When I use the Tamino Interactive Interface to see what is in my database it also shows me the tree/instance I’ve just deleted. It can take up to 5 minutes until Tamino recongnizes that the tree/instance is gone.
Even when I use Tamino X-Plorer to delete a tree/an instance it takes minutes.

Details: I use TXMLObjectAccessor->insert:

TConnection connection = null;
  TLocalTransaction transaction = null;
    try {
      connection =TConnectionFactory.getInstance()
      transaction = connection.useLocalTransactionMode();
	} catch (TServerNotAvailableException e2) {
	} catch (TTransactionModeChangeException e) {
       TXMLObjectAccessor accessor=connection.newXMLObjectAccessor(
       TXMLObject customObj = TXMLObject.newInstance (doc);
	try {

to insert tree (JDOM Document) into the database which can look somehow like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<customtree userid="ABC">
  <customnode nodetype="P">SomeData</customnode>

When I change the tree in my application the old is(should be) deleted with

TXMLObjectAccessor accessor = connection.newXMLObjectAccessor(
  TXQuery xQuery = TXQuery.newInstance("update for $a in input() where $a/customtree/@userid=\""+userID+"\" do delete $a"); // userID:ABC	
 try {
   TResponse response = accessor.xquery(xQuery);
    return true;
      } catch (TXQueryException e) {
      System.out.println("Couldn't delete CustomTree for user "+userID);
  return false;

I get the response

<ino:messageline ino:subject="">XQuery Update Request processed</ino:messageline>

which should be OK.

After this step the new tree is inserted the same way as I wrote in first place.

Any ideas? Anything else you wonna know?
Thanks, Andreas

Hi Andreas,

Can you please tell me what happens when you are firing your update query and checking the existence of the deleted document via the interactive interface?

Best Regards,