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ObjectDB within a resource adapter module and Java EE Connector Architecture

Has anybody managed to use ObjectDB in a resource adapter module in accordance with the Java EE Connector Architecture so that it may be packaged separately from (but used by components of) an EJB Module after the pattern of the classic EAR File structure as illustrated in the Java EE 7 tutorial in Figure 5-1 EAR File Structure ? ... at least the path is clear. Note also that the user and password are also identical (shared) if defined in the persistence.xml in the ...

 
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Should I be able to persist a JFrame (or gui components in general)?

    I did the following: 1. (using Netbeans 8.02 & last available java 7 sdk) I sort of follow your tutorial(s) while applying the ideas to a sample that came with the IDE called GUIFormExamples (under samples). ... em = emf. createEntityManager ( ...

 
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Occasionally slow requests in load testing

We are running load testing against objectdb version 2.3.7_18. The performance is generally OK, however there are quite a few "spikes" in the performance where we are getting a lot of very slow response times from the DB, around 10 - 15 seconds. Looking at the DB server process with AppDynamics we can see that most of the requests get stuck in one of 2 places: com.objectdb.o.PGC:w: line number 232 com.objectdb.o.LFL:U: line number 1068 Please see the attached callgraph examples for full stack trace examples. ... <url-history size = "50" user = "true" password = "true" /> <log path = "$objectdb/log/" ...

 
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Server connection management

The server does not appear to release broken connections. My typical development pattern is to keep reloading my war file in tomcat until the permgen space runs out, and then I kill and restart tomcat. After a few days of this, the server stops responding, and I see the following in the server logs: ... "objectdb://localhost/test.odb;user=admin;password=admin" ) ;   for ( int i = ...

 
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UserException: Invalid configuration in 'internal' - Check permissions

Hi all,   I have a master/slave code so that each slave reads a subset of points of the same database. ObjectDB entities do not allow serialization and so I have sent, to each slave, the file path. With such information I have tried to create an entityManager, in each slave, as follows: EntityManagerFatory entityManagerFactory = Persistence.createEntityManagerFactory(filePath); EntityManager = entityManagerFactory.createEntityManager(); However I get the following error ... ( "objectdb:/path/to/dataset.odb;user=admin;password=admin" ) ; In order to be able to get the same ...

 
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Server out of memory exceptions

I've started to get memory exceptions on objectdb instances running as a server. The objectdb log reports this as: ... dump (in a zip version) to ftp objectdb.com, user=public, password=public.   ObjectDB Support ...

 
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Error 363 - Failed to read value of inverse relationship

I've got two objects: @Entity public class EEvent { @Id @GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.AUTO) private long id; @ManyToOne(optional=false) private ETown town; public ETown getTown() { return town; } public void setTown(ETown town) { this.town = town; } } And: ... = false ) private String playerName, password, email ;   @ Temporal ( TemporalType ... properties. put ( "javax.persistence.jdbc.password" , "admin" ) ; EntityManagerFactory emf ...

 
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Use temporary files to enable very large transactions

We have transactions in which many objects are created. These objects are no longer needed in the current transaction after creation. Unfortunately, we will receive an OutOfMemory exception because the objects are kept in the first level cache of ObjectDB. In the forum thread http://www.objectdb.com/database/forum/921 on post #4 you wrote, that ObjectDB should support very large transactions in further version. Can you implement it that ObjectDB used temporary files? ... <url-history size = "50" user = "true" password = "true" /> <log path = ...