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2.6.8

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...

 
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2.6.9

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...

 
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Blocked by find

I have a container object which wraps an objectdb database. There is a "putIfAbsent(String id, Object obj)" method which is synchronized and attempts to load an object by id using the EntityManager "find" method. If nothing is returned from the db the passed object is persisted to the db. I have 5 threads which use this method. In a run today one of the threads seems to have got stuck somewhere in the find. The thread dump looks like: Bug Version: Priority: High Status: Fixed Replies: 23 Type:  Bug ...

 
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2.7.0

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...

 
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2.6.7

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...

 
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2.6.6

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...

 
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2.6.4

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...

 
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Database size is much larger than expected (x2)

I store images into objectdb. The schema is : <URI>::=(<sUrl>, <cMark>, <iSize>, <baBody>, <id>) <sUrl>::=String <cMark>::=char <iSize>::=int <baBody>::=byte[] <id>::=@ID So simple a class will fail after 155,648 insertions with -Xmx1432m, ... I just tried the following simple test: package com. objectdb . test . bug . forum ;   import ...

 
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2.6.5

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...

 
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2.6.3

... names (issue #186 ). Fixed accessing a package level JDO sequence using getSequence ( issue #186 ). ...