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ObjectDb Supports Clustering of Servers?

more than one linux (Jobss) servers. In this case user request can go to any server depends on the availability of the servers (This is for load balancing ). As of now we are using Oracle + Hibernate + JPA , as ... on this manual page. You can use it for a cluster of database servers, with one read / write master
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Standalone server needs dependencies?

When I connect to embedded server it works good. But when I connect to a standalone server ... my persistence classes to a jar in the server and add it to the class path when starting the server ... Error The classes are normally not needed on the server. They are needed if you use methods in
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run several embedded systems on one server, problem with double used port

we want to run several embedded systems on one server. In principle this is working ... that port for each embedded system hgzwicker Hans-Georg Zwicker Are you using embedded-server mode? In ... : "$objectdb/db/my.odb;port=9999" If you don't need the embedded server then you can disable it in
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Automatic Switch to Replicated Server Limitations

to another server when a server goes down, by specifying a composite url. Currently this feature has the following limitations: The first server in the composite url has to be available when connecting. Additional servers are only used later, as backup, and not initially during connecting. The master
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How to start a objectdb server with new Daemon (without blocking the thread)??

I am planning to use objectdb+jetty on Google compute engine server for my next project. But it seemed starting the server will block my thread. Any instruction to avoid thread blocking? taheta Taheta Woon Consider using embedded mode, which is faster, and does not require running a server
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A distinguished Name for server or explorer is good for maintaining!

In windows, the server runs as "javaw"; in Linux it is "java". If the server failed, for example ... the server, but when I stop it, I get this message: ./server.sh stop & [1] 8443 [ObjectDB 2.2.8] Failed to connect to server 127.0.0.1:6136
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unable to connect to remote server using VPN

I am trying to connect to remote server using VPN using user1 However, the server terminated the connection and emitted below in the server log. --------------------- [2018-04-14 13:13:33 #2 server ... .Thread.run(Thread.java:844) ----------------------- The users section in objectdb.conf in server is as
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Upgrading Server license to a Site license

I should be interested to know if it possible to upgrade from a single server license to a site ... a private support ticket. support Support Thanks, I should also like to know how to transfer a server ... ? jonb Jon Brumfitt If you have a site license you can activate additional servers when necessary
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Improve ObjectDB Server

Improve ObjectDB Server to behave and feel more like a traditional db-server: - Remove SWING dependency (i.e. remove the tray icon or make it external from the core server) - Provide the possibility ... ObjectDB as a console application including on headless servers and JVM with no GUI and Swing. The tray
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Get activation code for a server with no Internet connection

Hello, We bought a license, but the server is not connected to the Internet. How do we get the activation code? Dmitry Zakharov uncol Dmitry Zakharov Run activation on that server. It does not ... . Add the activation code that is received on that url to the ObjectDB configuration file of the server. support Support

Getting Started

ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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