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Unexpected error when loading all entity instance

Errors ------------------- [1] Unexpected total object count: 1041631 (expected 1041630) BTree ... object count: 773 (actual 772) Page Relation Errors -------------------- [1] Page #442580
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EmbeddedId with Generated field value

how objectDB would count each object instances? Would it be 1 or 2 units for each derived object? I wouldn't exceed the 1 million limit ... Thank you Every object is count once even if it is an instance
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10 classes limit

hey. i am a student. and we are learnning inheritance in JPA for my assiment i have 1 base class and 20 subclass in some kind of hierarchy (with all kind of mappings: SINGLE_TABLE, TABLE_PER_CLASS and JOINED). can i use the free version (it will count as 1 class?) or the 10 entity class limit won't
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100% CPU when using multiple BETWEEN

BY r.startDate DESC, r.startTime DESC, r.channelNumber DESC   In both cases we limit the result count
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ObjectDB version 2.3.4

Version 2.3.4 Added OSGi support. Added support of MEMBER OF for inverse (mapped by) collections. Changed logging of incomplete recovery records from WARNING to TRACE  (issue #565). Changed main configuration elements from required to optional. Fixed the "Negative snapshot user count" bug (issue
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ObjectDB version 2.5.6

a NullPointerException in query compilation. Fixed a memory leak (Negative snapshot user count) in
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A nested SELECT

Hello. I have a query UPDATE Look l SET l.partlySold = FALSE WHERE (SELECT count(a) FROM l.things a WHERE a.thing.status != :status) <= 1 which doesn't work: "Unexpected query token 'SELECT'". Does ObjectDB support queries like this? Thanks. Nested queries (issue #11) is currently not supported
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Blocked by find

the "Negative snapshot user count" error (Issue #556). Please try build 2.3.3_04 that should solve
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ClassCastException on SELECT NEW ... after UPDATE over Java RMI

via RMI after the update. For example SELECT COUNT(*) ..., or SELECT r FROM ... all work fine.   DB
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collection of embedded objects

: SELECT count(a) FROM A a WHERE a.setOfB.value =:value A is an Entity which has a 'Set set'. I