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WebSphere Liberty Configuration

API known as ExtendedJTATransaction." A new version of ObjectDB, 2.6.9, addresses this issue

Catching exceptions from online backup

is that You could either make this field accessible via some API or the TypedQuery.getSingleResult

multiple different applications access one odb file

Hi, is it possible to access one odb file from different applications? What we would like to accomplish. We have one app (runs on Wildlfy server) and it uses xyz.odb DB file. The other two apps would be for API and BI, one would need to read data from the xyz.odb

Handling deleted references

is also deleted). Since we have a REST based API one could also simply delete an existing instances

Replicated cluster recovery

situation in JPA API but it was corrected: http://www.objectdb.com/database/support/151 hare

Failed to enhance dynamic type

to generate dynamic type com.quasado.galaxy.foundation.api.language.LanguageContext I am curious

Post-compile enhancement fails when static Log4j 2.5 based logger used in Entity

/apache-log4j-2.5-bin/log4j-api-2.5.jar:/usr/local/java/apache-log4j-2.5-bin/log4j-web-2.5.jar If I

Embedded and autosync

For a POC, we are considering using ObjectDB. The app is multi-threaded, multi-user, rest API service with UI. Let's say we want to deploy our app across 10 linux boxes and instead of each of these boxes connecting to a shared remote RDBMS we want them to each have an embedded ObjectDB

Bad Backups – Null Error when issuing simple query on backup via ObjectDB Explorer

I have attempted to access two different backups that were taken by ObjectDB’s internal backup API. Upon attempting to access both of the databases via ODB Explorer (via server mode) I receive the below error and stack trace in the log. Can you please help us determine the problem and provide

Indexing a field results in internal Exception

for why JDO. I have long been a fan of JDO as it's a hugely easer API and gets work done with a lot

Getting Started

ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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