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java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/persistence/criteria/AbstractQuery

Updating from 2.7.1_02 to 2.7.2_02 I now get this error, did something change? java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/persistence/criteria/AbstractQuery dmoshal David Moshal Nothing was changed, this class is part of JPA. Maybe you are using objectdb-jee.jar instead of objectdb.jar (or Maven

Problem upgrading

. I even delete my whole local maven repository to force a clean install of every artifact

Recursive calls with @PreUpdate annotation and Glassfish OutOfMemoryError

the enhancement (I do this build time with maven). First, for the test case I supplied: 1) You need to run

ObjectDB embedded JAR location in Payara

Also I am running Payara with Object embedded and have placed the JAR in the domain lib folder with the objectdb-2.6.9_09.jar. Does that sound like the right thing to do? Thank you paul Paul Hudson You can place objectdb-jee.jar (or the jar from Maven) in the WEB-INF/lib directory of your web application. support Support

Different behavior with persist() and queried instances?

agent enhancer but maven compile time enhancer but the class itself is enhanced as I

InternalError on multiple AND and JOIN Query

] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ [INFO] For more information, run Maven with the -e switch [INFO

How to configure where the ODB is stored?

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

Failed to validate XML

= 1.8 targetCompatibility = 1.8 compileJava.options.encoding = 'UTF-8' repositories { maven

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

ObjectDB 2.2.6

an error message for invalid query parameter (issue @320). Fixed pom.xml files in the Maven tutorials to use Java 1.5 / 1.6.

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