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@AttributeOverrides , and postgresql + own TYPE

because is not typical date type but user defined. I found some example in your sites here https

How to enhance the JPA/Spring/MVC to implement RESTfull for CURL client?

Server: Apache-Coyote/1.1 Content-Type: text/html;charset=utf-8 Content-Length: 1067 Date: Sat, 12


I get errors when trying to persist anything in java.time.* For example LocalDate, Month, Period. Will these be supported sometime in the future? scoobyrooster Jason Java 8 date and tome is not supported yet, except by serialization (which is not recommended and disabled by default

Determining if Persistable Classes Have Trial Limitation

Hi, I want to make our build automatically fail if classes are limited by the trial limitations (an up-to-date activation code is not present in objectdb.conf. I thought the way this used to work was that the Enhancer would not Enhance or sign the specified persistable classes without a valid key

Error 990... and then new version?

as soon as I post, I finally find the bottom of your very out-dated maven repository page

com.objectdb.o.InternalException: null

Date dateOfBirth = null;     private String firstName = null;     private String lastName = null

ObjectDB 2.3.5

Added support of DATE(...) and TIME(...) methods in queries. Added new Explorer and Server exe (for Windows 7 and 64 bits). Fixed handling a Calendar parameter value in criteria queries. Fixed using type operator and literals in client server queries (issue #605). Fixed eager fetch issues. Fixed

each 1-2 days objects on some objectdb level lock/block each other

the up to date 60GB database could also help. support Support attached heap dumps after restart (for sure now

again merger missing logs + objectdb exception

an up to date copy of the database we will be able to examine this further. support Support another question

Enhanced classes problem

: an exception which occurred: in field date in field entity in field replicas in field replicas

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