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client server mod of communication

. if any changes in objectdb.conf file give me the that codes also. Thank you. Bimal Bimal kumar dalei
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Failed to commit transaction: Attempt to commit a rollback only transaction

to me. here in part of the conf file: <database> <size initial="256kb" resize="256kb" page="2kb" /> <recovery
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Replication error - parsing objectdb config

: Failed to validate xml file T:\felix_grid_services\ext\objectdb\2-2-1\objectdb.conf line 38: cvc-complex
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Degrading performance overtime

(Thread.java:662) Locked ownable synchronizers: - None our conf: <!-- ObjectDB Configuration
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First query takes 4+ minutes to complete

records. DB configuration We use following configuration in objectdb.conf: <objectdb> <general
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Activated ObjectDB still throws "Too many persistable types"

I have upgraded from 2.3.7 to 2.4.4 and now my activation won't work, throwing the dreaded com.objectdb.o.UserException: Too many persistable types (>10) - exceeds evaluation limit I have already reactivated and checked that my objectdb.conf is correctly used (by inserting random chars
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Clarification on free license restrictions

.conf file:     <persist serialization="true" /> Update: In newer ObjectDB versions embeddable classes are not restricted. support Support
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Pre-detach loading: retrieval by navigation not working in if statement

.conf that is available to the the objectdb.jar file that is used as a java agent):     <entities
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2.4.7 Fetch

am noticing in 2.4.7 that 'fetch' cannot be added to objectdb.conf so, wondering how to enable 'eager' fetching of collections ? Dave dmoshal David Moshal The question is unclear. Is it something new or different in version 2.4.7? Eager fetching has always been set by annotations or in queries, not in the configuration. support Support
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setting activation code in persistence.xml or env file or system properties

.conf resource in the objectdb.jar file. support Support

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