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Failover from Master to Slave

Good morning! I am interested in ObjectDB for a client project I am currently working on. In order to evaluate your tool I would like to know if your product has the ability to failover from a Master Database to a Slave Database and then recover back to the master when the master comes back online. I don't see any documentation about automatic failover.   Thanks Rich   ... DB A won't have all the modifications that were added into B while it was down. One possible solution: when we configure ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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ObjectDB tries to create a File in a localtion without write access

Hello, if we install our Product into the windows Program Files directory which have by default no write acces for the 'normal' users. If we now open 'older' Profiles (older Databases) we get the following exception: ... Hello, if we install our Product into the windows Program Files directory which have by default no write acces ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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Issue deploying J6EE/Eclipse/Glassfish example to TomEE 1.5.1

In order to get past TomEE ignoring objectdb.jar, I tried using the objectdb-jee.jar.  It seems to be hardcoded to assume it is being deployed into JBoss AS: ....snip.... ... It seems to be hardcoded to assume it is being deployed into JBoss AS: ....snip.... Caused by: ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - select a style in the toolbar and then insert the text in the new created block. Avoid overflow of ...

 
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Possible issue with Spring JPA and Embedded

Hello, ... to generate the maven project, and then 'import' into eclipse). I've stripped out as much as I can, but not sure how I can ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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Complex Schema Upgrade not working

Hello, We're trying to upgrade the DB-Schema. Simplied our source/original Schema/Class-Hierarchy looked like this: class contact.Contact class customer.Customer extends contact.Contact class member.Member extends customer.Customer We have database records within each class type (Contact, Customer and Member). ... "contact.Contact" and "customer.Customer" have been merged into the member.Member class - The member.Member class is now the ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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Caching/Paging Questions...

Greetings ObjectDB team, All below questions assume a very large database (~1,000,000,000 objects): Q1: Two queries with a big overlap between their result sets. If I query the first set and hold the results in memory somehow, would that speed up the execution of the second query since many of its result objects already created and reside in memory ?... execution since there are fewer result objects to bring into memory ? Regards edit ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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removed objects stay with null field values in the reference

We have a class with a one to many relationship declared like this (1 or more objects of the same class are linked into the relationship, no circular referencing): ... like this (1 or more objects of the same class are linked into the relationship, no circular referencing): @ Entity ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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Better OSGI Compability

We are currently using objectdb using osgi. However, the objectdb jar seems to be very monolithic and should be more modular to make it easier to use it with osgi, samples are: - Remove SWING dependency from core objectdb bundle - Externalize persistence and jdo apis and not putting them into objectdb jar (conflicts with glassfish jars otherwise) - Build objectdb as ready-made osgi jar bundle (We're doing this currently) ... Externalize persistence and jdo apis and not putting them into objectdb jar (conflicts with glassfish jars otherwise) - Build ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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Speed of queries that return many objects

Hi, I have a DB of 146MB - with 1_000_000 elements. Loading the contents (objectDB query in java) takes about 10sec. I am using a recent MacBook (SSD blabla - disk I/O speed is about 400MB/sec - according to blackMagicTest app for mac) - so I was expecting the query to take less than one sec (146/400 = 0.35sec.. + some overhead). I was wondering if this kind of speed is "normal", or if this is something I should investigate. Thanks EKK ... is around 8MB. So it should take 20ms to load the file into memory. 2/ then there is some magic to instantiate the objects - ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...

 
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Annotations not supported in -source1.3 (use -source 5 or higher ..)

objectdb-2.2.5_03 Netbeans IDE6.9.1 java version "1.6.0_24": as user running Netbeans java version "1.5.0_28": as su running maven mvn Maven version: 2.0.8 Firstly, I followed the instructions to build the points example from Maven, but on opening it in Netbeans 6.9.1 I got an error in Points.java and other files: Annotations not supported in -source1.3 (use -source 5 or higher ..) Generics not supported in -source1.3 (use -source 5 or higher ..) ... Application in Netbeans and copied the points package over into it, and added the objectdb.jar library and it compiled and ran. ... (e.g. for using a browser spell checker). To insert formatted lines (e.g. Java code , stack trace ) - ...