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Persist not working when ObjectDB and another db is used in the same application (through spring) with different tx managers

_metadata_defaults">false</prop>    </props>   </property> </bean> <bean id="txManager" class

DB reading fails in debug mode in Eclipse

Hello, I got an unpleasant bug which turned into a serious issue. Using ObjectDB 2.6.9.b08 on Linux. Here is the structure (JDO metadata) of 3 classes which I am storing as values in a HashMap of another entity in the DB. <jdo> <package name="my.example.package">     <class name="InnerSettings

Query becomes slower on moving from ObjectDB 1.x to ObjectDB 2.x

Bhaskar ObjectDB 1.x and ObjectDB 2.x read the XML metadata differently, so in case of duplication

Use of sequences to generate field values in JDO

I'm trying to use sequences to set field values in JDO. I want to do this in XML metadata to avoid use of annotations. This is an example of what I'm trying: <package name="com.spiffymap.sealog.model"> <sequence name="audit_seq" factory-class="java.lang.Long" strategy="contiguous

createNamedQuery throws wrong exception

Persistence query language or in native SQL).      * @param name the name of a query defined in metadata

JDO sequences from ORM file

rather than an orm file. Maybe the problem is in loading the XML metadata? Can you check that other settings in

ClassCastException after upgrade to 2.3.5_03

.EAGER) private Map<String, Object> metadata; ... In this case the "payload" field is a byte

Threaded Test - Failed to commit transaction: Unexpected internal exception

two entity objects - small metadata and large data - is probably the right solution in this case. I

​​​​​​​Unexpected internal exception

with the metadata that ObjectDB holds on a specific class. Please check the hierarchy of the relevant

Server out of memory exceptions

" database translating into 2 physical databases (one small for queryable metadata, one larger for msg

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