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ClassCastException on SELECT NEW ... after UPDATE over Java RMI

DB, we are attaching here two DB files which were produced under controlled condition as follows: 1

Embedding ObjectDB on server application

objectdb:) Relative path is relative to the OS current directory (which is out of control of ObjectDB

java.lang.ClassCastException in OSGi runtime when loading data from DB

. support Support Hello, the objectdb.jar file being deployed as a standard bundle I can't control

Object DB In memory : without Filestore

with ObjectDB along with Concurrency controls and transaction mgmt. Let us know if it is possible to run

best practice for DB recovery

instance, restart the failed instance and then enable writes again(that will be controlled in the DAO

Object DB vs EclipseLink/TopLink: Unloaded relationships in detached entities

(and so lazy loading would initially work), they become detached once the EntityManager under control

boolean field flips after schema update (in class) of another field

2.8.4? support Support What shall I say. This is a layer not under our control and hard

NPE at com.objectdb.jpa.JpaQuery.getResultList

.java:618) at ie.longpat.jpa.entity.control.MomentPayloadController.findMomentPayloadEntities

ClassCastException during query

and EntityManager, you can control which classes are accessible to ObjectDB. The enum class must be made accessible as well. support Support

How to change properties in urls2.xml ?

and their port / user / password properties. I have no control on the port and password used. :( Does

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