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Query Method NullPointerException on List iteration

the explorer, because it says that the method doesn't exist. I tried adding the classpath in

PersistenceException: Failed to locate field

version of the class (in its classpath) without the new field. support Support I'm wondering if any

ObjectDB 2.x is working without any activation code

Hi, I downloaded the objectDB from the https://www.objectdb.com/download and then added the objectdb.jar in my classpath. I used the default objectdb.conf file present in the objectdb.jar file and it is working without any activation code. Is it is bug in objectdb or it works without activation

exception thrown when try to run explorer again?

indicates that objectdb.jar is not available in the classpath. support Support There is no objectdb

"No Persistence provider for EntityManager" in OSGI bundle.

). support Support Many thanks. I suspected that it was something related to the classpath as I had a similar

Failed to generate dynamic type

Hi I was trying to enhance some of my classes and I got an error : Failed to generate dynamic type com.package.RootContainer (error 361) It seems that all dependent classes are on the classpath , so what is missing or how to recognize what is wrong with that class ?? thanks in advance b bolo

Issue deploying EJB project to Jboss/Glassfish

have added the objectdb.jar to the classpath or something. But I'm not sure where to go from here. Any

No Entity Class API

exists in the database and missing from the classpath. Use Java reflection API with information from

Running the Activator requires Java 6 or above.

Objectdb version 2.8.3: Java version is current: java -version openjdk version "" 2020-11-04 OpenJDK Runtime Environment 18.9 (build OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM 18.9 (build, mixed mode) But activation complains: java -classpath objectdb.jar com.objectdb.Activator

Internal Exception

_03. Could you please verify that there is no old objectdb.jar in the classpath and you are actually using a recent ObjectDB version? support Support

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