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Explorer bug ? Objects seem to be missing from database in Class view, but are present as references

1st project)) INFO: RequestBean []: Created: com.greensoft.entity.Activity [null](TEST: the 1st activity) INFO: RequestBean []: Persisted: com.greensoft.entity.Activity [14](TEST: the 1st activity) INFO: RequestBean []: Created: com.greensoft.entity.Activity [null](TEST: the 2nd activity) INFO
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Single Server License and Embedded Mode

file by adding the activation code. If the evaluation limits are not removed then most likely activation code was not added to the correct objectdb.conf file, i.e. the configuration file that ObjectDB ... for the larger scale licenses. Sure. The server licence enables activation of one machine
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Pre-detach loading: retrieval by navigation not working in if statement

have been unable to find the point of difference. So I will try first just showing selected portions of code ... -some-runtime-loop-optimization-and-making-my-code-buggy http://bugs.java.com/view_bug.do?bug_id ... see anything wrong in the byte code. I will examine your links. Aside: you asked: > Why are using an entity class
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Problems Running ODB Explorer

found one anywhere on your site. Please note: I have had to activate odb a few times. Apparently you added the activation code to the objectdb.conf file that is in use by your application ... you have to list more than one activation code in the xml configuration file. Technical support via this public
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Eclipse/JPA Java EE 6 Tutorial

well (dialog boxes and menus might look slightly different but the code would be the same). Note
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Eclipse/JPA Spring MVC Web Tutorial

with other Eclipse versions as well (dialog boxes and menus might look slightly different but the code
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Eclipse/JPA Web Application Tutorial

versions as well (dialog boxes and menus might look slightly different but the code would be the same
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Getting Started with JPA

This tutorial demonstrates how to create and run a simple JPA application. The demonstrated application uses JPA to store and retrieve simple Point entity objects, where each Point has two persistent fields - x and y. If you already know JPA - the source code will be straightforward
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Getting Started with JPA and Eclipse

boxes and menus might look slightly different but the code would be the same). This tutorial consists of the following steps:
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Getting Started with JPA and NetBeans

might look slightly different but the code would be the same). This tutorial consists of the following steps: