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WebService : Failed to get reference value of field using enhanced method

Please wrap the PolicyEntity class with a runnable test and post an Eclipse/NetBeans/Maven project
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Verify Error with Java 1.7

application in NetBeans, open project properties, change source/binary from 1.6 to 1.7, change compiler
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Does ObjectDB create one instance of each entity class on (web app) load ?

ObjectDB: 2.7.1_06 [EDIT: Glassfish4.1.1 or Payara payara-4.1.2-174] I have been profiling a large web app with the NetBeans 8.2 Profiler. I can see that exactly one instance of each entity is present in memory, at web app startup, before I've loaded anything, and they won't garbage collect. (I've
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Removing an entity throws exception

();      throw new RuntimeException(e);     } My env: Netbeans 7, Java 1.6.24, ObjectDB 2.2.6_02
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Redeployment in GlassFish - Failed to open file

. Wating for your warm reply. I have attached a Netbeans project as an example to this post. WARNING
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@ElementCollection Set<Integer> is emptied sometimes

why would this happen and how could it be avoided? Thanks (version 2.5.3 & Tomee & NetBeans) zmirc Mircea
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type.loader java.lang.ClassNotFoundException

ObjectDB objectdb-2.2.5_03 in client-server mode Netbeans ID6.9.1 JavaEE web project (JPA) Glassfish3.0.1 With server logging turned on I get the following error message for many (or all) encountered classes: [2011-05-31 09:16:24 #5 type.loader] java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.greensoft
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objectDB for J2me

Hi, can i use objectDB in j2me environment? i succeeded to call a remote DB using "java mobile" via "servlets". how can i do so on ObjectDB? does java mobile (say netBeans) accept / support objectDB? thanks! saeid saeid sorury J2ME is not supported by ObjectDB 2. ObjectDB 1 had support of J2ME CDC
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Error 363 - Failed to read value of inverse relationship

faced a similar problem with ObjectDB 2.2.7 and 2.2.8 and GlassFish 3.1. I have attached my NetBeans 7.0
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Post-compile enhancement sometimes causes error in generic loops: incompatible types found: java.lang.Object: required: Entity

I have moved from automatic run-time enhancement to explicit post-compile enhancement in an Ant build.xml in a NetBeans web app, and sometimes on editing a file that performs a generic for loop over an @entity type I get a generics error. The generic for loop is: for (Steel s: this.steelMaterials

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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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