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Fetch Set from DB only works on debug mode

of ObjectDB. Now I updated to 2.7.5_05, but I still having the same problem. As i'm pretty sure it is a bug
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String comparison in query where clause

I am having trouble getting a simple string comparison to work in an SQL "where" clause. It is my understanding that queries are case sensitive by default and I do not want that, so I am constructing the query as follows... SELECT e FROM Exercise AS e WHERE UPPER(e.name) = ?0 and then I
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ObjectDB 2 JDO Manual

for me, and my looking usewhere for a solution. But, for the last few days I have been having
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using DbUnit with ObjectDb

; } } I couldn't find a way around having to include the name of the entity as the XmlElement
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Occasionally slow requests in load testing

and once it starts having this issue it is around 10-15%. If you are referring to something else, I'd like
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Start ObjectDB inside java code.

I am building an MMORPG with ObjectDB, and I use it both for the saving of character and inventory (permanent object), but also the storing of ability and maps information (object I load, use, and dispose and then reuse without having change anything). The problems is, as my server and client
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Slow performance on Mac

you very much for this post! I am on OSX 10.12.6, JVM 1.8.0_144-b01, and I was also having
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@AttributeOverrides , and postgresql + own TYPE

your help, or i will die in front my keyboard with trying. It is only one file, having 135 line
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Error during closing an entity manager

may be due to having partial enhancement. Mixing enhanced entity classes with non enhanced entity classes in
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Optimistic Locking

We are having problems with optimistic locking. I made a simple test case to try to induce an optimistic lock. I have two users logged on to our system. They both read and display the same data. Then I change the data with user 1 and submit, and then I change it with user 2 and submit. User 2 does

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