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Trouble viewing db in Explorer.

I am having trouble with the Explorer. I can open the db just fine. I can open a few simple extents and view/navigate fine also. The problem occurs when I view the more complex extents. The Explorer will not repaint the right pane. I drag off screen to force repaint and get(right pane): (column1

javax.persistence.PersistenceException: No Persistence provider for EntityManager named in Karaf 4.0.7 and OSGi DS test

the objectdb bundle into the runtime, request a reference to the Factory and not having to worry

Low performance when getting grove roots

is explained in this manual page. support Support As I understand, I require having javax.annotation.xxx

Missing Data on Retrieval (0, null values)

. Having ordinary Java classes to represent your persistent data (including support of polymorphism

Memory use in OneToMany relationships

around by having PicData a reference to the Pet like the more usual FK points to PK ? With kind regards

Join query problem with new statetment

an embeddable class to entity class, which results in having a class with mixed objects in the database

combined index not used

you previously see some success with query execution with the new changes, before having this problem

Can't open replicated database

the problem but I'm not having much joy replicating the exact circumstances which cause it. I'll send

Server crash - Mismatch client-server protocol prefix

We've been having a problem where our ObjectDB server goes unresponsive every 2 days or so. I've reviewed the server-side logs, and there are no events logged shortly before the crash. Once the server gets in this state, it is unresponsive to bin/server.sh restart; I have had to reboot the entire

Eager load Map

I'm having an issue eager loading a nested map. I've attached @ManyToMany(fetch=FetchType.EAGER) attributes to no avail. If the map is viewed in the debugger or force iterated in the code it loads ok. The attached code attempts to replicate the scenario. Its not an exact match but is the best I

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