Inject non-Hibernate changes to the change log
|Reported by:||Nicklas Nordborg||Owned by:||everyone|
The change history logging currently build entirely on callbacks from Hibernate which gives us information about all changed.
However, there are special cases which are not handled by Hibernate but by sending SQL directly to the database. One example is the
MeasuredBioMaterial.remainingQuantity property. Those changes are currently not logged at all, but it would be desirable to be able to do so.