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enhancement issue

To enhance a jar file you need to: Have the JAR file in the classpath that is available to ObjectDB ... ), and of course you have to make sure that the path is included in the application classpath before

Failed to enhance dynamic type

available in the classpath during enhancement? When a class is missing, ObjectDB Enhancer tries ... parameter. it is not supposed to be in the classpath at that moment and I am curious why the ObjectDB

Modifying something with Explorer -> app JPQL with Enum doesn't work anymore

the Explorer with your classes in the classpath. It may make a difference and serve as a workaround ... with the Explorer (just that when you use the Explorer with no classes in the classpath, the Explorer uses

500Mb ObjectDb database opening issue

(with your persistent classes in the classpath): import javax.persistence.*; public class T1792 { public

Java 8 Enhancer Problem

Hello! I am currently migrating my project to Java 8. I'm using Spring and AspectJ load time weaving. Unluckily the LTW option of Spring is global. If it's enabled it also tries to find other class transformers on the classpath. This is normaly not a problem because the ObjectDB enhancer ignores

Single Server License and Embedded Mode

the .odb in a specific location or include any additional jars in the classpath. I'll give it a go as

Maven Enhancement with OSGi Plugins

, these other classes must also be available in the classpath, otherwise load would fail. If you run ObjectDB

Finance data from SQL Server into ObjectDB daily

you have all dependencies in classpath and make sure to have the javaagent for objectdb enabled (as eclipselink

Database access error , Doctor hanging on trying to repair, production shutdown at our biggest customer

it (sometimes the old objectdb.jar file remains in the classpath and the wrong version is used). When did

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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