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user defined backup target

Dear objectdb Team 1. I could not find a way, to declare the name of the backup-file (while running the database).  The only way I found is to create the folder in which objectdb will copy the database - file:   ... backup database-file to a self defined target without any Date/Time Information maybe: .. /Users/backup/mybackup.objectdb ... would be located in a sub folder whose name reflects the date and time. Additional option can be added in future versions of ObjectDB. ...


Extending model by "common entity"

Hi, I have a question about extending working model with one, common entity, that all other entities will inherit from. For example I have 2 different entities in database with some data:... private String createdBy ; private Date createdAt ; private String modifiedBy ; private Date modifiedAt ;   // (getters and setters here) } ...



Create an aggregate expression for finding the least of the values (strings, dates, etc).(Method of javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder)



Create an aggregate expression for finding the greatest of the values (strings, dates, etc).(Method of javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder)



This annotation must be specified for persistent map keys of type java.util.Date and java.util.Calendar.(Annotation of JPA)



The Query interface allows applications to obtain persistent instances, values, and aggregate data from the data store.(Interface of JDO)


Replication error on slave restart

I'm trying to enable replication on master server that was running with "recovery" enabled previously. I have copied database file to slave... and so on by manual. It worked fine. But if I restart slave server: ... I opened master db with explorer [DATA PRESENT - AND UP TO DATE] 3) I copied sm.db file to my PC and opened it with explorer ... and opened it with explorer [DATA PRESENT - BUT NOT UP TO DATE (more simular with slave)] So my answer for your question "Could ...


Roadmap - no progress - any plans - transparency?

Hi! I have been using ObjectDB for some time, and I'm relatively glad about it. What I'm not so satisfied is that there is no road map for ObjectDB. We see bug fixes and minor adjustments, which is great, but there's nothing about the future. We need to know in which direction ObjectDB is heading, and if it's heading anywhere or just staying in this state forever, as I see it. It would be nice to have more transparency about this topic. I know there are feature requests already made, but they seem to be ignored. ... new feature requests. Unfortunately we cannot provide a date for implementation of specific feature requests. ObjectDB 2.x ... released in 2010. We do not have an expected release date for ObjectDB 3.0 yet, but it will not be before 2016. We understand that ...


Setting temp directory location in ObjectDB

HI, I am using ObjectDB and would to change the temp directory location wihtout using objectDB.conf file. I am using JDO and setting the persistenceManager as follow properties.setProperty("javax.jdo.PersistenceManagerFactoryClass","com.objectdb.jdo.PMF"); properties.setProperty("javax.jdo.option.ConnectionURL", fileName.odb); pmf = JDOHelper.getPersistenceManagerFactory(properties), JDOHelper.class.getClassLoader()); ... when the odb file open for read operation only i.e. Date Modified time in the microsoft explorer window For example, ... Modiefied ... Date Modiefied ...



Release date: 2011-07-03 Download (5.14 MB) Binary:  ... 2.2.2 Changed log format to include date and time . Changed class loader management. ...