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Object belongs to another EntityManager - ERROR

:169) 10:29:15,110 ERROR [stderr] (http--10.23.3.98-8081-5) at com.objectdb.o.TVS.cascade(TVS.java
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Insertion Speed Rate and Batch Load

="weak" level2="0" />   <cascade-persist always="auto" on-persist="false" on-commit="true" />   <dirty
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An ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException with nested entities and enhanced entities

{ @ManyToOne (targetEntity = DataTypeImpl.class, cascade = {CascadeType.ALL }, fetch
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Repair broken references in entities

Hello, it is possible to recover an entity that has been removed automatically by CascadeType.Remove. After cascade remove the removed entity will be persisted with the identical primary key. Are all broken references in other entities on this removed/persisted entity repaired again? best regards
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Mapped By Fetch is very Slow

MyEntityChild entityChild = null;   @OneToOne(targetEntity = MyEntityChild.class, cascade = CascadeType
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Soft Reference Object Cache Recommendation

" that is a strong reference to that SoftReference. Under "i", I see cascading ENT and ENT[] references
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Performance and memory usage of queries

{   @OneToMany(cascade = CascadeType.ALL)   private List<MyEntityElement> list = new ArrayList
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Removing an entity throws exception

; private String name; private String surname; @OneToOne(cascade=CascadeType.ALL, fetch
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ObjectDB 2.6.5

Added optional (experimental) support of using clients with different object model versions. Changed references to new flushed objects from ObjectDB to weak references. Cancelled an exception on cascading removal of an already removed object. Renamed internal Enhancer hidden methods to non property
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ObjectDB 2.6.4

Added memory only database mode. Added an option to cascade detachment to embedded objects. Added an option to disable reuse of database page objects. Improved release of query resources. Improved memory management in multi flush transactions. Extended detachment of embedded objects to collections

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