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Can't post on your forum

on the forum. I tried removing the cookies, but nothing. I tried in another browser, but the same ... seems to work properly. It may be related to cookies. It seems that somehow your browsers ... and do not have that problem, so it doesn't affect everyone and may be related to browser settings
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How to resolve 404 errors with Eclipse/Maven Spring MVC

my browser to localhost:8080/Guestbook/ it works as your tutorial says! However, when I use  Eclipse ... under the that server icon in the server. But when I point the browser to localhost:8080/Guestbook after starting ... to do a jetty:run command. Point the browser as the tutorial explains: http://localhost:8080/Guestbook
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@Transient

the explorer I see the ´boolean searched´ attribute in the object browser. See attached screenshot. I did not expect to see the searched attribute in the explorer´s object browser since it´s annotated as
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Bug when posting threads with Firefox 34.0.5

and the text area works fine. Could you please try another browser / another computer? It works in
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Dependency from enhanced classes to the objectDB library

of the browser have the same result. I tried it with IE and firefox. Can you check your upload
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Glassfish 3.1.2.1 and ObjectDB 2.4.3

? Please specify the url that you are trying to access. What tools are you using (IDE, Browser, etc.). In
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Jboss 6 persistence.xml startup error

) and open the browser at http://localhost:8080/Guestbook/guest (if JBoss is configured to use port 8080
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Last build is not available on Maven Repository

Is there some special reason why the last two builds of 2.3.3 are not available in your Maven repository? Just checked and 2.3.3_06 was indeed missing (but 2.3.3_05 was there). It is available now (refresh your browser). I will check what went wrong. Thank you for reporting this. mosi0815
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Typo in ObjectDB 1.0 Manual

section 7.5 sub section "Nested Bound Variables".   Just incase it is browser related
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[ODB1] Chapter 9 - ObjectDB Explorer

, however, the Browser window (which is designed to handle more complex object models) is preferred. The browser window displays objects using a tree. Every database object is represented by a tree node ... the browser window is in navigation among objects. Because every reference between two database objects