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Many connections possible? and will it makes problem in future?

My questions is about : 1-) Can objectdb server handle 200.000+ connections at the same time concurrently ? Does it have queue and cache ? 2-) is it dangerous to use that system on many online users ? kadirbasol Kadir BASOL Having 200,000 concurrent threads is probably a bad idea. Usually

TimeSeries and ObjectDB

) - there is no overhead of having each TimeSerie point - in a different entity? The reason is because the parent

Modifying something with Explorer -> app JPQL with Enum doesn't work anymore

can do whatever I want with the application, as long as I avoid Explorer, without having any problem

Unable to delete the .odb file programatically

is having the lock and that is the reason, we are unable to delete the odb file. I have totally 3 odb

ObjectDB Explorer very slow with remote con

. By having just 1 SSH connection to the VPS, it works at an acceptable speed. Sorry and thanks for your reply. zmirc Mircea Chirac

Recommendation - concurrent access multiple class v

of a class. I would really need your advice on this, because having 100% uptime is mandatory

Objectdb server out of heap space

requests is acceptable, but having the whole server die is not (at the very least put in a watchdog process

Query becomes slower on moving from ObjectDB 1.x to ObjectDB 2.x

Hi, I upgraded the odb file using converter.jar which is having 15943 entry. Previously, with object 1.x, the same query was getting executed within an seconds and now the same is taking around 40 seconds in object db 2.x I have build the query using the follwoing Query query = persistanceManager

Stalling on "run File" in Netbeans when using -javaagent:lib/objectdb.jar

am having problems with a console-based Netbeans Java Application with a nominated Main class to run

BIRT Driver Improvements

about having a runtime driver either integrated in the objectdb jar or (better) available as

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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