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Is there a way to show the executed Sql/Jpql in the console? wua Andreas Wurm You can set the log element in ObjectDB configuration to write logging also to the console:     <log path="$objectdb/log/" max="8mb" stdout="true" stderr="false" /> When stdout is set to true, all the logging

Conflicting modifiers .... (javax.persistence.Id, javax.persistence.ManyToOne)

(); if (l > Integer.MAX_VALUE) return -1; int i = (int) l; return i; } catch (javax

Exception when dataset bigger than treshold

" /> <log path="$objectdb/log/" max="8mb" stdout="false" stderr="false" /> <log-archive

"Automatic" Auditing

an object by persisting it again with [id, max-revision + 1]. Add another indexed boolean field

Visibility of changes in Transaction is not visible to a JPA QL Query

");    long oldAmount = bean.countItems();    if(oldAmount + howMany > Integer.MAX_VALUE

Threading Problem (maybe with Criteria)

will result in earlier and more exception. objectdb.conf was configured <processing cache="64mb" max

BIRT plugin: Trouble with Client/Server connection

: 2.5.6.b04 (server)objectdb.conf: <server> <connection port="6136" max="100

ObjectDB's Database Doctor Incorrect Error Report

could support the 256KB max page size? For my use case, this would make 4 less disk accesses in the Amazon AWS

watch out for your hosting provider migrating machines

My hosting provider recently had a very brief 'scheduled down time'. After which I was getting objectdb exceptions due to max persistent types in database (> 10). Turns out that hosting provider had migrated machines. Luckily I was able to deal with it quickly. I continue to believe

javax.servlet.ServletException: Annotated methods must follow the JavaBeans naming convention. __odbHidden_getPropertyName

widthPxSideBarLeft = 250; @Min(150) @Max(400) public int getWidthPxSideBarLeft() { return widthPxSideBarLeft

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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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