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Once served to JSF page via @EJB query bean, many list fields are null (but same query ok after fresh persist in @PostConstruct)

I have marked this as CRITICAL because although there probably is no database integrity problem, the inability to robustly query relationship fields in a web application renders the ObjectDB system seemingly useless. objectdb-2.2.5_10 NetbeansIDE6.9.1 Glassfish3.01 client-server mode. odb file written to db-files/greendesk/greendesk.odb (see persistence.xml), copy of odb output attached. ... adoption of your ObjectDB system by existing EclipseLink users such as me, as it means they may have to perform significant recoding of ...

 
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Restrict by class in query

I have the following bit of code: #1 2012-06-01 22:09 I have the following bit of code: public List<Folder> findFolderByName ( String folderName ...

 
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Query problem after transaction commit

I have a machine running the objectdb server and the client on another machine connect to it. The client program can connect to the server and query to get all the records. However, after transaction.begin ... persist(p) .. commit of a new object, my client program can no longer retrieve the old records but only the latest stored record. I tried to run database explorer on the server machine and able to see all the records including the new stored record. #1 2016-11-16 17:32 I have a machine running the objectdb server and the client on another machine connect to it. The client program ...

 
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Index causes increased memory usage

Hello, #1 2012-05-10 20:52 Hello, In an effort to increase the speed of our queries with our embedded ObjectDB system, we configured ...

 
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ObjectDB CRUD Examples

Any place where I can find Netbeans examples for the basic create, read, update, delete methods using the EntityManager? i.e. public void create(Foo foo) {} public Foo read(Integer id) {} public List<Foo> read() {} public void update(Foo foo) {} public void delete(Foo foo) {} #1 2014-02-28 16:37 Would this be correct? public List<Foo> read ( ) { Entity ...

 
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JPQL support for Maps (JPA 2.0)

JPQL 2.0 introduces the ability define FROM variables for map keys and values. Currently ObjectDB supports FROM variables for collection elements and FROM variables for map keys and values are expected to be supported in future versions. JPA Feature Version: 2.0.0 Priority: Normal Status: Active Replies: 7 Type:  JPA Feature ...

 
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Enhanced classes problem

Hell, we have problem with the OEM enhancement licencing. When we used runtime licencing using machine activation code, everything works fine. But when we enhanced our classes with OEM licence, following errors occurs: Bug Version: Priority: High Status: Fixed Replies: 13 Type:  Bug ...

 
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find() cost unreasonable time!

Hi, I make a full binary tree of 4095 node, I check the first 9 node, but the root cost 24 seconds, why? Result: #1 2011-06-29 12:58 Hi, I make a full binary tree of 4095 node, I check the first 9 node, but the root cost 24 seconds, why? ...

 
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100% CPU when using multiple BETWEEN

Hi, we are evaluating ObjectDB 2.5.1_03 in embedded mode. We have a DB of about 2800 instances of a class that has two java.lang.String members: toExtension and fromExtension. There are other members in the class, but not relevant to the problem.   A query like this cause the java process to start running at 100% CPU (endless loop) and it never recovers: #1 2013-07-17 03:49 Hi, we are evaluating ObjectDB 2.5.1_03 in embedded mode. We have a DB of about 2800 instances of ...

 
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Insertion Speed Rate and Batch Load

1. I got about 10K inserts / second, is it normal? I would expect more than that, like close to 100K/second. I can definitely do 80K inserts/seconds on Oracle with batch insert on table with one primary key. 2. Is batch update/insert operation supported? I attached the files. #1 2011-05-03 22:01 1. I got about 10K inserts / second, is it normal? I would expect more than that, like close to 100K/second. I ca ...