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How to define database structure and insert some initial objects from scratch

other databases (using JPA) to ObjectDB is expected to be supported later this year. Currently ObjectDB
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IDs of Entities suddenly became UUIDs?

Hi, We're having our system with ObjectDB 2.4.5 in production since this year April and it works just fine. However, now we've discovered that suddenly partial Objects in some DBs in production do have a UUID String as their id instead of Long which is of course causing a lot of troubles. Note
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Incremental online backup

this year. Great news. Does this plan also include the possibility to choose a restoration point
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Internal error

an IoT device.  It has to be able to run for months if not years without maintenance. I hope
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InternalException when using MEMBER OF on a large list in a query

, which is not specifically related to MEMBER OF query. A similar issue was fixed a few years ago
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java.sql.Date equals comparison not working with CriteriaAPI

= Calendar.getInstance();         cal.set(Calendar.YEAR, 2014);         cal.set(Calendar.MONTH
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object creation during pmf.getPersistenceManager()

. This system is realy legacy, developed by two handred people by sevral years so i and my friend engaged
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ObjectDB 2 has been released and is now more affordable

Today, after years of hard work, ObjectDB 2.0 was released and is available for download. In addition, in order to make ObjectDB more affordable, the pricing model was changed: The prices of the Server, Site and OEM licenses were sharply reduced. ObjectDB 2.0 licenses will now include free updates
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ObjectDB stability after power failure

I'm considering using ObjectDB in a system that is going to be running continuously without support instantly available for many years.  How stable is ObjectDB when it comes to power failures and unattended restarts?  Is database integrity maintained during such events?  I have seen database
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Opensource ObjectDB

I know you have answered this question some years ago, but I think about the databases that have recently "triumphed" like MySQL, MongoDB or SQLite and they are free databases. Also in the Java world we have the example of Hibernate (ORM) and Apache Hadoop (framework for Big Data). In my opinion