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Modifier operations

Hi, Today I was reading about different NoSQL databases. One of those database - MongoDB - has a very nice feature, especially for web applications - modifier operations. The whole trick for those operations is to change some value in object without pulling this object from database. So for example we have class: public class WebVisit { public String url; // key public int visitsCount; } As for now I have to pull this class from database: #1 2011-09-12 18:27 Hi, Today I was reading about different NoSQL databases. One of those database - MongoDB - has a very nic ...

 
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Explorer in 2.3

First, the new Explorer in ObjectDB is fantastic! This is exactly what we've needed - an easy way to do ad-hoc JPQL queries and navigate through the results and even make small changes to primitive data and Strings. After playing with it for a while, here is a list of additional features I'd love to have: 1. Export of selected data: a. Simple - Select a range of cells or a column header and copy text to the clipboard or save to a file (csv, html, etc..). (There appear to be copy menu options, but I cannot get them to work.) ... health a. Show actual running values for all parameters in objectdb.conf (size, threads, query-cache, memory usage, etc...) ...

 
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Class loading problem with private packages in OSGi environment

Our Business Objects are the JPA entities. We develop our product domain driven. This means we have several domains. Each domain is split into business layer and persistence layer (others are not relevant here). Per domain and per layer, we have an OSGI bundles. The business layer should have no dependency down (an exception is the dependency to the ObjectDB for the enhanced entities).  The persistence Layers have a dependency to the business layer and to the central DataAccess Layer. #1 2015-02-05 07:46 Our Business Objects are the JPA entities. We develop our product domain driven. This means we have several domai ...

 
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Server closes if large query runs out of memory

We are using ObjectDB in production, and have found what we thing to be a serious problem:  the objectdb server can run out of memory and stop if a query deals with too many objects. This isn't the behaviour we expected for a product that we want to use to deliver 24/7 high-volume data collection. ObjectDB surely has some idea of the sizes of objects that it persists and retrieves, and so should be able to fail safely if it finds too many objects being retrieved to fit into memory. There must be some alternative to crashing! #1 2014-08-06 00:27 We are using ObjectDB in production, and have found what we thing to be a serious problem:  the objectdb ser ...

 
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Attempt to refresh a non managed entity object (error 635)

Just ran into a problem that I've not seen in 10 years of running ObjectDb: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException Attempt to refresh a non managed entity object (error 635) Nothing changed in my code, but I'm wondering if there is a problem with the config file, and /or my recent experiments with Intellij's JPA database explorer, which required me to use a JPA persistence.xml configuration file. (I was able to use to run objectdb queries from inside Intellij). ... it's time to really dig into the configuration parameters, am noticing a few weird things in my tests, for example, managed, ...

 
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zip file or JAR manifest missing

I found the message: Error opening zip file or JAR manifest missing: /E:/projects/ObjectDB/bin/objectdb.jar Some of projects can read the DB, but others can not read or write the DB. #1 2011-06-28 15:38 I found the message: Error opening zip file or JAR manifest missing : / E :/ projects / Obje ...

 
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Finding an object by its datetime

SearchBookingByTimeStamp() { Calendar btime = Calendar.getInstance(); btime.set(2012, 10, 11, 7, 30, 00); //This time is already inserted, trying to find it /* My Query */ TypedQuery<Booking> query = em.createQuery( "SELECT b FROM Booking b WHERE b.btime = :btime", Booking.class) .setParameter("btime", btime, TemporalType.TIMESTAMP); } @Entity public class Booking { @Temporal(TemporalType.TIMESTAMP) Calendar btime; }   #1 2012-11-12 06:11 SearchBookingByTimeStamp ( ) {   Calendar btime = Calendar. getInstance &# ...

 
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java.lang.ClassCastException: com.objectdb.o.RFV cannot be cast to com.objectdb.o.RSV

The following query: SELECT count(m) FROM Message m WHERE m.attachments.original=:template is generating this exception: Bug Version: 2.5.2 Priority: High Status: Fixed Replies: 2 Type:  Bug ...

 
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Should derived fields of an EmbeddedId be manually maintained by app code?

If I have an Entity which has a primary key which is derived and I am implementing it using @EmbeddedId, am I responsible for maintaining the derived fields of the @EmbeddedId? I could not find anything in the JPA 2.0 spec http://download.oracle.com/auth/otn-pub/jcp/persistence-2.0-fr-oth-JSpec/persistence-2_0-final-spec.pdf?e=1317047713&h=54831c176e81a244a4c309e13eba0b27 which tells me what to expect. #1 2011-09-26 15:26 If I have an Entity which has a primary key which is derived and I am implementing it using @EmbeddedId, am I res ...

 
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connection pooling

how do you handle connection pooling?  I don't understand how to open and close connection, or reconnect. I've referenced the manual here, but where does this go:   The <connection> element   <connection port="6136" max="100" /> The <connection> element specifies how clients can connect to the server: #1 2014-08-31 23:39 how do you handle connection pooling?  I don't understand how to open and close connection, or reconnect ...