What is the differences between viewCriteria query modes?

Hello all,
recently we faced a performance issue in a production application. after tracing  we found  that the issue was caused by setting the query mode of the view criteria to in memory.
bussiness case description:
when creating a new record for table A, I want to populate one field depending on records in another table B, so I used model driven LOV.
The problem was that new records were created for both tables in the same ADF train i.e. the data for both tables were not posted or committed yet.
so by using a query based ViewObject + viewCriteria with query mode set to memory for viewCriteria I managed to populate the LOV with the correct data,
in another page I will show database records for table A with LOV to show meaningful messages to users ,  but I can as well create new records for table A ,but the loading of this page is very slow.
tracing:
using alter session set sql_trace=true; I found that table B is fully scanned and all rows are fetched-180000+ record-.
Problem description:
from the trace file generated found that the query issued did not have a where clause.
also found that the viewObject fetched the entire table into memory- 180000+ record,-  then searched them in memory.
Solution:
changing the query mode of the viewCriteria seems to solve the issue
so in order to avoid such issues in the future ,I wanted to make sure I understand the differences between the query modes of view criteria and their impact on the performance and if there are any differences if the viewObject is based on an entity or a sql dml.
this is what I know so far -please correct me if I am mistaken-:
1)database: search the database appending the conditions of the viewCriteria to whatever the query is
2)memory: search the rows that are already in the memory.
3)both: search both database and memory.
also, in case I updated one of the records in the memory but did not yet post or commit will the fetched rows have the updated values? and if these changes fails the condition from the viewCriteria , will the rows be shown?.

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