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Issue #33 - Object DB Explorer fails to open database

BugVersion: 2.0.5Priority: NormalStatus: FixedReplies: 5
#1
2011-03-02 03:42

Hello,

I am trying to integrate Object DB into my tapestry project which will use spring-security. I have created an entity class named "Role" which implements springs "GrantedAuthority" interface. The code runs fine. i.e. Role objects are getting persisted in the database. But when I try to open the database using Object DB Explorer, it fails. 

I have attached all the related files. 

Regards,

Md. Towfique Imam.

mithu1408
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#2
2011-03-02 08:56

There was a bug in build 2.05_03 that was fixed in build 2.05_04.

I just opened your sample odb file using the Explorer of 2.1.0 with no problems.

Please upgrade to ObjectDB 2.1.0.

 

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#3
2011-03-04 15:26

Thanks. The solution worked. 

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#4
2011-03-09 06:37

Hello again,

I have another case where Object DB Explorer fails to open database. 

I have a BaseEntity class which has an EntityListener named AuditListener associated with it. Again the code runs fine but Object DB Explorer fails to open the database. 

All the related files are attached.

Regards,

Md. Towfique Imam.

 

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#5
2011-03-10 00:28

Thank you for this report.

There was a problem in handling listeners and callback methods.

Version 2.1.1 fixes this issue.

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#6
2011-03-10 03:21

Thanks for the quick fix. Version 2.1.1 fixed the issue. 

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