Fast Object Database for Java - with JPA/JDO support

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Invalid/Missing licence when connecting, however correct licence is definitely present

to having the activation key in an objectdb.conf file that is not in use. Therefore, the first thing
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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
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TimeSeries and ObjectDB

) - there is no overhead of having each TimeSerie point - in a different entity? The reason is because the parent
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combined index not used

you previously see some success with query execution with the new changes, before having this problem
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Why is ObjectDb is holding onto classes that no longer exist? 

Why ObjectDb is holding onto classes that no longer exist? You can see the classes in the obj-reflection.log. I've included all of my java models in the models.zip file. As far as I can tell, it's not causing any problems, so feel free to tell me to take a hike, but I hate having unexplained
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Internal objectdb exception when using different language on a machine

an exception in this case. best regards BTC btc_es BTC EmbeddedSystems Maybe the problem is due to having
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ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException with enhanced Entity

for which I use and store a string now. but it seems the second issue is really having an embeddable
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Missing Data on Retrieval (0, null values)

. Having ordinary Java classes to represent your persistent data (including support of polymorphism
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String representation of a query

Hi, Is it possible to get a JPQL string having a Query object instance? JpaQuery class doesn't have any method like "getQueryString" or "getDatabaseQuery", maybe it's going to be added in near future? It would be very useful to have something similiar to : queryObject.unwrap(com.objectdb.jpa
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Enhancing a class causes it to not save changes.

, but I hate having unexplained exceptions in logs as they tend to bite you in the long term... [2019-09

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