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"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

Schema Evolution Question

the client) fails. A possible workaround is to run the server with a classpath that includes the new class

Add class to objectdb ?

you will have to use a workaround: Run the Explorer with all the classes in your classpath. To add a new

Custom Classloader: Issues with the Enhancer Agent

seem to detect the classes on the classpath even at the moment when the LinkageError is thrown

mapping file is not being loaded

are on the classpath. Finally, the application prototype is being deployed as a war, with objectdb jars

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

ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: -1

I've attached a test which fails with the error "ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: -1". It runs 10 threads which create and persist objects. The objects are based on application objects so its not a single class test I'm afraid but it is standalone. I'm running as follows: java -classpath objectdb

com.objectdb.o.InternalException: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/sql/Date

. Any idea why java.sql.Date is not found in the classpath? Which Java version are you using

ArrayIndexOutOfBounds with Critera API and function call

) to the classpath of the server to make the method available on the server side. support Support

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

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