About properties

manual

[ODB1] Chapter 8 - ObjectDB Server

An ObjectDB server can manage one or more databases. Databases that are managed by a server can be accessed by multiple processes simultaneously. In addition, the server supports accessing these databases from remote machines by TCP/IP. More details about client server mode vs. embedded database mode are discussed in Section 1.2.... Alternatively, the PersistenceManagerFactory 's properties can be set at runtime: Properties properties = new Properties ( ) ; : ...

 
forum_thread

problems with OEM license/enhancing

we did add this section to our maven pom.xml (from within Eclipse): ... <build>   <pluginManagement> ... ... by setting the objectdb.home or objectdb.conf system properties. ObjectDB Support ObjectDB - Fast ...     <artifactId>properties-maven-plugin</artifactId>     ... <goal>set-system-properties</goal> ...

 
release

2.6.9

... enhanced entity classes with is ( boolean ) persistent properties ( issue #237 ). Fixed porting to Java 8 of database ... objects. Fixed a bug in clearing persistent properties of primitive types. Fixed a bug of returning managed ...

 
api-jpa

javax.persistence.OneToMany

Defines a many-valued association with one-to-many multiplicity.(Annotation of JPA)

 
forum_thread

Finding out the JPA provider

Do you have any preferred way of finding out whether ObjectDb is my EntityManager's JPA Provider? I know there are problems with using getDelegate ( http://weblogs.java.net/blog/ss141213/archive/2009/05/be_careful_whil.html ) but on the other hand unwrap is not very portable ( https://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=2149162 ). It would be nice if the <provider> element of the PeristenceUnit were visible in one of the Properties sets returned by the EntityManager and EntityManagerFactory, but its not.   ... element of the PeristenceUnit were visible in one of the Properties sets returned by the EntityManager and EntityManagerFactory, but its ... . jpa . EMF . Or putting something in my properties for this sole purpose... <property name = ...

 
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Exception while accessing the Persistence unit ...?

Hi, I am new to ObjectDB I was trying your eclipse/jee6/glassfish tutorial. I am getting the following exception: ... </provider > <properties > <property name = ... value = "admin" /> </properties > </persistence-unit >   ...

 
tutorial

Step 1: Create a Java Project

Explains how to create an Eclipse project with ObjectDB/JPA support.... file, using: Right Clicking on the Project > Properties > Libraries > Add External JARs... The next step is ...

 
api-jpa

javax.persistence.AttributeOverrides

Used to override mappings of multiple properties or fields.(Annotation of JPA)

 
api-jpa

javax.persistence.AssociationOverrides

Used to override mappings of multiple relationship properties or fields.(Annotation of JPA)

 
forum_thread

ObjectDB without javax.persistence

Hello, what we need to do, that we can use a separate bundle for javax.persistence in a OSGi envoirement. We tried to use the objectdb-jee.jar instead of objectdb.jar. And a separate bundle for javax.persistence that only contains the Java Persistence API. So that the ObjectDB PersistenceProvider get visible for the JavaPersistenceAPI, we have registered the ObjectDB as Buddy. ... </provider > <properties > <property name = ... value = "admin" /> </properties > </persistence-unit > </persistence ...