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NegativeArraySizeException on commiting a transaction

Hi, we started to get a java.lang.NegativeArraySizeException from ObjectDB upon changing an object in the DB and committing the transaction. I tried to repair the DB file with Database Doctor, but the same error is happening also on the fixed DB file. Btw. during fixing the DB file an Internal

Replication Error

already tried to fix the db with the doctor. No error is found. I use the latest version of ObjectDB. (2.3.6_16

Failed to read the value of field using reflection

explorer and database doctor returned no errors. What could have went wrong here? Flying Banana

ObjectDB size not reducing

the size of a database is to use the Doctor utility, creating a new (smaller) copy of an existing database

ObjectDB 2.7.2

objects to collections (issue #2078). Fixed a Doctor error message on mismatching index entries

ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException on flush

is totally corrupted (as shown by running the Doctor) so using it would generate various exceptions

Errors after unexpected server shutdown

the Doctor. We will also check why you got the error in submitting the ticket. support Support Further discussion of this issue is in issue #2284. support Support

ObjectDB 2.8.7

Added an option to slow backup (see feature request #2681). Added an option to view old type versions in the Explorer (-Dobjectdb.ui.debug=true) Improved the Doctor (see issue #2691). Improved performance following a large eager fetch (issue #2694). Restricted waiting time on closing a database

ObjectDB 2.7.0

a NullPointerException in running the Doctor when new indexes have to be built (issue #1959). Fixed

ObjectDB 2.4.5

). Fixed a class loading issue during automatic class scanning. Fixed a Doctor deadlock. Fixed

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