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Drop in Client/server mode not working

Hi, can't seem to get drop to work in c/s mode: version: objectdb-2.3.5_04 config: <extensions drop="tmp" /> url: 'objectdb://localhost/testStorage1.tmp;drop;user=admin;password=admin' suggestions? David dmoshal David Moshal Just checked using the following simple test and it works (always prints 1


works for me: 1) standard config file with these changes: <locking version-check="false

Activation Issue

but not at the office. I have generated another key for this machine and put both in the config

Maven driven compile time ehnancement

Hi, Just thought I'd share a small bit of Maven config to aid in enhancing persistent classes during compile time. Just add the following to your pom.xml:  <build>   <plugins>    <plugin>     <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId>     <artifactId>exec-maven-plugin</artifactId>     <version>1.2

Open several objectdb databases the same time

and my requirement is to share database so i create new config file and do whatever you show in page

How force always recreate database on redeployment.

. Is there a system property, persistence.xml property, or config file property I can use to set

Schema evolution & renamed/moved enum

to use the <schema> tag in the config file because my enum is not an entity. What is a the proper way

Cache usage

. The config is attached as well. The question is: is the cache really used ? hgzwicker Hans-Georg

multiple connection using share folder

where i am wrong please give me proper way prateek Prateek gupta again i try to make changes in config

Attempt to refresh a non managed entity object (error 635)

Just ran into a problem that I've not seen in 10 years of running ObjectDb: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException Attempt to refresh a non managed entity object (error 635) Nothing changed in my code, but I'm wondering if there is a problem with the config file, and /or my recent experiments

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