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ODB should auto-restart if it detects it's necessary

the last days because of these schema changes without restart, which gave us a lot of problems

using DbUnit with ObjectDb

? If you do - this could be served for a quick initial implementation of this feature (hopefully in days), which later

objectdb-2.6.9_02 (with "objectdb.temp.no-enhancement-crc-check") vs. generic classes with interfaces: detailed investigation

(a problem for another day). - All reports here are from executing the console test app from a shell

user defined backup target

. Our server does (minimum) one database-file backup per day and the size may be in between 100 MB


Hi, For last few days I was refactoring my application from standrad ORM aproach to ODB. Everything is fine for now, but I have a question about Explorer. It works only in R/O mode, which in some cases is insufficient for effective work. Is there any plan to release a R/W version of Explorer

Out of memory

few days for this. lwalkowski Lukasz Walkowski I was playing with UTC on version 2.4.3_02

Fluent JPA & ObjectDB

Good day to you, I am looking to port my Java applications to rely on ObjectDB from MySQL & PostgreSQL. Kindly advise whether the installations would be able to work with FluentJPA (https://github.com/streamx-co/FluentJPA) as it would make life a bit easier for my team and I. Regards name256 Abel

Closed EntityManagerFactory after upgrading glassfish 3.1.1 to 3.1.2

that ObjectDB 2.3.7_03 is not compatible with GlassFish 3.1.2 that was released a few days ago, but the cause

Using SELECT BETWEEN with LocalDate

I am trying to query all entities whose date is between today and today + X days. The date inside the entity is a LocalDate. To do so I created the following query: .createQuery( "SELECT e FROM Element e WHERE e.date between CURRENT_DATE and :date", Element.class) .setParameter("date

Page #9 entry 0 (key 'bjjl') has 75 extra bytes / Unexpected last index ID: -119 (expected -116)

Will try to send you some code that recreates this part of the database. Can take some days

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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