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Query causes an nternal exeption

)? support Support The reason was missing entity classes in the classpath during migration of the database

EntityManager.find(entityClass, primaryKey) is slow when accessing non-existent IDs

the classpath 11:00:49.562 [main] DEBUG org.hibernate.jpa.HibernatePersistenceProvider - Located

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synthetic, i.e. apparently ObjectDB found real classes in the classpath for them (unless

objectdb:2.8.4 - Error occurred during initialization of boot layer

.execution=ALL-UNNAMED --add-modules RTDEngine -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 -classpath "C:\Program Files

ObjectDB and Hibernate in one JVM?

, you may have to put ObjectDB and Hibernate in a specific order in the classpath (try both options

Storing methods?

as an extension to JPA), the classes must be made available to the server JVM by adding them to classpath. support Support

enhanced object .. NOT enhanced

annotation (or alternative XML, e.g package.jdo in the classpath). > Finnally we get an OutOfMemory

migration path from JPA / Hibernate

might be straightforward. Just add objectdb.jar to the classpath and set ObjectDB as the provider in the persistence

ODB IndexActivation NullPointerException

.1_01 in the classpath Testproject and forgot, that the 2.6.x was already included by a required

Compatibility Problems Upgrading from 2.6.9_04 to 2.7.6

is closed) and no old objectdb jar should remain in the classpaths. > and mismatched .odb$ write files

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