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Hi. Is Java 8 new DateTime API supported natively or through Converters in the newest versions of objectdb? If not, can we expect this feature in the next releases? Best regards and congratulations on this awesome database. Amsterdam Amsterdam Luís de Lima Filho It is not supported yet, except by
Customer asked during opened ObjectDb connection (ODB location A) to stop writing and continue to another ODB file (Location B). Does exist some API to achieve that? What is a possible solution? Harman Alexander Golyshkin You have to close the database in location A, copy it from location
Is there an API to get the current version of ObjectDB that's being used? This would be very handy to have, because it is somewhat difficult to know what version of the ObjectDB you are currently using since the objectdb.jar filename remains the same for all versions (which is not a bad thing by
Issue with TYPE expression in Criteria API
criteria api / embedded objects / where order
This reference contains the API documentation (similar to JavaDoc) of the Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.0. The content is derived from the original JPA documentation (in the EclipseLink JPA 2 RI) with some additions and notes. The four most basic JPA types are: All the other JPA types are organized
\*"/> </java> Enhancement API The ObjectDB Enhancer can also be invoked from Java code: com.objectdb ... API and invocation of the Enhancer from Java code is useful, for instance, in implementing custom
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The Java Data Objects (JDO) is another standard for accessing persistent data in databases, using plain old Java objects (POJO) to represent the object model. Unlike Java Persistence API (JPA ... , and it is probably the most popular Java API for object databases today.