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ClassCastException on closing PersistenceManager

to the state of the DB. I replaced the non-working DB file (although the Doctor was saying the Db file
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Object explorer cannot open odb file. ObjectDB many-to-many relationship

file 'demo.odb' null"). Note: I'm using Windows 7 64 bits. jdk1.6.0_27. ObjectDB doctor did not
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Page size - changing after database creation

file, e.g. by running the Doctor in fix mode, for this setting change to take effect. The optimal
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Extending model by "common entity"

propagate that kind of changes with ODB model? The same exceptions are thrown when I run explorer or doctor
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Explorer doesn't open file

Explorer doesn't open file...see attached error message and odb. Explorer doesn't cleanly close the connection either (due to error I presume). Many thanks Russ russ0ne Russell Martin Should add that Doctor doesn't find any issues and file works fine programmatically. russ0ne Russell Martin
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Internal exception on flush

) through objectdb doctor showed broken references. I'm not sure of the exact sequence that has caused
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Error in production. Failed to commit transaction: Unexpected database state: BTree -152 is not found

and then start it again, do you still have the problem? Check the database file using the Doctor
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ObjectDB 2.7.6

Added support of an option to disable broken reference cleaning in the Doctor (feature request #2341). Added support of cascading delete using JDO (feature request #2329). Added logging for "Failed to read from file" error (issue #2322). Added an option for eager background purge of weak references
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Index Rebuilder

with the primary data. As a workaround, you can currently use the ObjectDB Doctor to build a new database file
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Exception upon index definition change

should never cause the application to stop. Even the Doctor does not run anymore using this index definition

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