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writeExternal(arg0)

Method java.io.Externalizable void writeExternal(   ObjectOutput arg0 ) Parameters: arg0 -
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writeExternal(arg0)

Method java.io.Externalizable void writeExternal(   ObjectOutput arg0 ) Parameters: arg0 -
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writeExternal(arg0)

Method java.io.Externalizable void writeExternal(   ObjectOutput arg0 ) Parameters: arg0 -
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writeExternal(arg0)

Method java.io.Externalizable void writeExternal(   ObjectOutput arg0 ) Parameters: arg0 -
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writeExternal(arg0)

Method java.io.Externalizable void writeExternal(   ObjectOutput arg0 ) Parameters: arg0 -
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JPA Persistable Types

, Mapped superclasses, Embeddable classes. Simple Java data types: Primitive types, Wrappers, String ... is an ordinary user defined Java class whose instances can be stored in the database. The easy way to declare ... an entity class is like any other Java class. It can extend either another entity class or a non-entity
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JPA / JDO Class Enhancer

. Command Line Enhancement ObjectDB Enhancer is a Java console application. It is contained in the objectdb.jar file. You can run it from the command line as follows: > java -cp objectdb.jar com.objectdb ... reserved. Usage: java com.objectdb.Enhancer [ | | ] ...
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ObjectDB Object Database Features

Requirements Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS, and any other environment with Java SE support. Java SE 6 /Java EE 6 ... APIs ObjectDB is the only Object-Oriented Database with built in support for JPA 2. Java Persistence ... - see issue tracking (requires login). Java Data Objects (JDO) Complete JDO 2 support (passed the JDO 2
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com.objectdb.o.InternalException: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/sql/Date

: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/sql/Date java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/sql/Date at objectdb/com.objectdb.o.VUT.(VUT.java:68) at objectdb/com.objectdb.o.RAT.l(RAT.java:106) at objectdb/com.objectdb.o.RTT.g(RTT.java:136) at objectdb/com.objectdb.o.TSK.b(TSK.java
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Literals in JPQL and Criteria Queries

Literals in JPQL, as in Java, represent constant values. JPQL supports various types of literals ... Java and SQL. Since JPQL is case insensitive, NULL, null and Null are equivalent. Notice that comparison with NULL in JPQL follows the SQL rules for NULL comparison rather than the Java rules, as