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disabling JDO in objectdb embedded mode

are needed ? Should I add additional maven dependencies to fix the problem ? (currently I

ObjectDB 2.6.8

Added JPA XML validation schema files to Maven/JEE objectdb.jar. Added automatic release of pessimistic locks on client-server connection failure. Fixed an OptimisticLockException bug on commit after flushing a removed modified entity object. Fixed a NullPointerExeption on new index building. Fixed

Spring Data JPA

and password will be used if available. support Support Sorry for the wrong post. Everything works fine now. Seems that maven had cached some old jar. mosi0815 Ralph Moser

Spring Data JPA - PersistenceException thrown

is for JPA 1.0 spec. The dependency listed on the maven page


Is there a tutorial or instructions as how to setup a connection in JDeveloper to ObjectDB? Thanks nat nat101 Nat Gross No, but you may be able to use the Maven examples (included in the ObjectDB download file) by importing them to JDeveloper. support Support ok. thanks. nat101 Nat Gross

com.objectdb.o.InternalException: Unexpected internal exception

Hi, I am using objectdb.jar version 2.6.8 (installed via Maven). I am trying to authenticate a user. Initially, the database is empty. I have the following query: @javax.persistence.NamedQuery( name = "getPersonByName", query = "SELECT _person FROM metamodel.user.Person as _person

How to configure where the ODB is stored?

of ObjectDB". BUT... I DIDN'T INSTALL OBJECTDB - my maven build downloaded it and embeded

Insert time increases as db grows.

maven goal and got no effect. I've also tried to use enhancer manually on classes, but still getting

Cannot cast com.objectdb.jpa.Provider to PersistenceProvider

. All my other libs work without problem in /lib/ext. I know the tutorial, but I'm using Maven. WEB-INF/lib

ObjectDB 2.1.0

Added Online Backup utility (issue #16). Added Master-Slave Replication / Clustering (issue #17). Added a PDF version of the ObjectDB manual (included in the download). Added sample (tutorials) Maven projects (included in the download). Added support of disabling optimistic locking exceptions

Getting Started

ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

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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