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Can't post on your forum

was changed, so this issue may be related to moving our website to a new host, and maybe some cache ... . Now I'm writing from IE. To check if this is a cache issue, could you please try adding a dummy ... ). This enables better caching, but if there are unrelated JavaScript errors it may not work. Yes
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Cascading makeTransient

the application cache only some embedded parts of those objects (let's call them class B). This application cache ... the application point-of-view. So as long as I keep B in application cache, also A is present in
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ClassCastException: com.objectdb.o.SLV cannot be cast to com.objectdb.o.RSV

.EMImpl.find(EMImpl.java:591) at com.objectdb.jpa.EMImpl.find(EMImpl.java:514) at com.ysoft.cache.objectdb.ObjectCacheDB.deleteInOpenTransaction(ObjectCacheDB.java:361) at com.ysoft.cache.objectdb.ObjectCacheDB.delete(ObjectCacheDB.java:356) at com.ysoft.cache.objectdb.ObjectCacheDB.delete
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Connection is closed Caused by: java.io.EOFException

" /> cache="64mb" max-threads="10" /> cache results="32mb" programs="500" /> <cache ref="weak
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Degrading performance overtime

" /> cache="8mb" max-threads="10" /> cache results="8mb" programs="500 ... ="warning" /> <cache ref="weak" level2="0" />
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Failed to commit transaction: Java heap space (error 613)

. Relevant parameters include: Temporary file threshold Processing (server side) cache size Query cache size Client side cache settings You may try each of these parameters to assess how it affects
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multi thread application, id field sporadically null

every object retrieval is setting the id. Maybe you retrieve a cached object from memory, which is a new object that has no id yet. You may want to check if using a new EntityManager with an empty cache makes a difference, as well as disabling caches in the configuration. You may also try refreshing the object
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Performance tuning, best practices

" />   cache="2048mb" max-threads="48" />           cache results="1024mb" programs="500" />       <cache ref="weak" level2="2048mb
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PersistenceException: Failed to locate field

" reflection = "warning"/> <cache ref = "weak" level2 = "20m"/>     <cache ref = "weak ... , shouldn't it automatically flush it's caches if the schema evolves? or at least shouldn't
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Query problem after transaction commit

. If you could retrieve old objects but not the recently stored objects then this could be a cache issue ... when the query program cache is enabled. Your test demonstrates a bug in the ObjectDB query program cache, which affects LIKE queries such as: SELECT u FROM Goods u where u._code like :code