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how explorer queries work

i'm curious as to how the explorer is able to execute queries when its obviously not aware of the object model that i built. the reason is because i have an application where i want to be able to execute somewhat generalized queries and i won't know what classes are in the object model ahead of time. this is especially curious to me in client-server mode since the .jar with the object model classes is on the server side, not the client side where explorer is running. #1 2012-05-02 16:09 i'm curious as to how the explorer is able to execute queries when its obviously not aware of the object mode ...

 
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PersistenceManager.getObjectsById(Collection,boolean) throwing JDOException

I have a call to getObjectsById(Collection,boolean) that is throwing a JDOException the first time I'm attempting to retrieve an object. If I try again, then the second request succeeds. Any idea why this might occur? We're using ObjectDB 2.2.4_02. The collection being passed in is a HashSet<Object> containing a single oid object (the method is written to support multiple objects, but it seems to only be failing irregularly when only a single oid is present). I'm passing false in as the verification argument. #1 2011-05-24 21:06 I have a call to getObjectsById(Collection,boolean) that is throwing a JDOException the first time I'm attemp ...

 
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Java 6/7 Performance Comparison

Hey, I've been using ObjectDB for a small scale home project to gain some familiarity before proposing it in a commercial project at work. What I've noticed though is that when using objectdb in embedded mode based on the console tutorial, there seems to be a bit of a performance gap running the same code between Java 6 & 7 Tracing it through I can see the bottle neck seems to be at the creation of the entity manager and I was wondering if there are any additional configuration options I may have missed while running under java 7. #1 2014-03-06 14:31 Hey, I've been using ObjectDB for a small scale home project to gain some familiarity before proposin ...

 
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Threading Problem (maybe with Criteria)

Hi all I found some threading problems I do not understand: here is the the link to the testcase http://www.advolux.de/weblink%20forum/test.zip #1 2013-08-26 21:15 Hi all I found some threading problems I do not understand: After creating some testobjects (i.e. ...

 
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ODB should auto-restart if it detects it's necessary

Hi! I find very tricky the need to restart ObjectDB server after schema modifications in a distributed environment. Moreover, not doing it does sometimes trigger ugly errors, which mean application downtime. It might be very useful to have an additional feature (that could be enabled/disabled in objectdb.config) that each time ObjectDB detects a schema change that requires restart, it should automatically restart itself. This way we save a lot of headaches from our dev. ops. Currently we have to manually do: #1 2014-03-29 08:33 Hi! I find very tricky the need to restart ObjectDB server after schema modifications in a distributed en ...

 
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InternalException when using MEMBER OF on a large list in a query

Hello, we get when executing a query with MEMBER OF on a large list the following InternalException: Caused by: com.objectdb.o.InternalException: merge2 com.btc.ep.coverage.bl.internal.dmos.CoverageRecordImpl:null => merger[2850057]-missing:223 at com.objectdb.o.PBI.B(PBI.java:124) at com.objectdb.o.PBI.q(PBI.jave:97) at com.objectdb.o.OBI.Vp(OBI.java:244) (... more see attached Image) Our query looks like this: Bug Version: Priority: High Status: Fixed Replies: 5 Type:  Bug ...

 
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Error reading UTF string

Good day, I have many errors like this, when try to use java.util.UUID as string in querys. #1 2013-10-03 15:21 Good day, I have many errors like this, when try to use java.util.UUID as string in querys. 16:18:4 ...

 
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Indexing a field results in internal Exception

I have an application that I have been converting from JPA/MySQL to JDO/ObjectDB and I have hit a problem with indexing. An index on a String field is required to give good performance but if I add the @Index annotation to the field I eventually end up with an ObjectDB internal exception.  This is reproducible, as is the program running to completion (slowly) if I remove the @Index annotation.  Is there anything I can look for that might result in this exception? #1 2013-04-21 20:40 I have an application that I have been converting from JPA/MySQL to JDO/ObjectDB and I have hit a problem with in ...

 
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Persist error @ManyToMany how to define correct entities relationships

I have Product entities containing a list of Category enties. Each product can have multiple Category but all sue the same limited set of Category entities. There is not changes made to Category from Product. The category ID is taken from the webservice Object ID (unique too). #1 2017-01-29 18:06 I have Product entities containing a list of Category enties. Each product can have multiple Category but they ar ...

 
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object creation during pmf.getPersistenceManager()

Hi #1 2011-07-28 10:37 Hi   We have observed that during pmf.getPersistenceManager(), objectdb is creating object instances ...