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Configuration and Activation Code in ObjectDB 2.x

Bhaskar Information about the ObjectDB 2.x configuration file is provided in chapter 6 of the ObjectDB Manual. The location of the configuration file is discussed in the Configuration Path section on the first page of chapter 6. The configuration file contains several sections. The activation code
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UserException: Invalid configuration in 'internal' - Check permissions

.UserException: Invalid configuration in 'internal' - Check permissions.: Is there any way to change ... by: com.objectdb.o.UserException: Invalid configuration in 'internal' - Check permissions ... specified in the internal default configuration, since no objectdb.conf file was found
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WebSphere Liberty Configuration

Hi! I've been trying to get ObjectDB configured with WebSphere Liberty server. I have been able ... get a combination of errors depending on how I tweak the configuration the most promising error I ... ? If you have other error messages (from other configurations) please post them. support Support Thanks for replying
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Configure ObjectDB in spring context

is to configure entire ObjectDB (optionally objectdb.conf too) in springs context.xml file so that I'd be able ... Hibernate Configurations--> <bean id="sessionFactory" class="org.springframework.orm.hibernate4 ... with these Spring Framework beans. Regarding the ObjectDB configuration, it must be placed in
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How to configure where the ODB is stored?

Hi, The documentation is lacking in this respect. How do I configure where the ObjectDB database ... restarts. I'd just like to know how to configure it to be in my home directory. What is the syntax ... you can also read how to change the ObjectDB Home. support Support I configured objectdb.home property
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Spring MVC configuration files

Hi!! how are you guys? I have been working with Spring MVC framework and it is really helpful, but now I have a question, as you know Spring MVC framework create by default the xml configuration files and I would like to know if the is a way to create automatic java based configuration file instead
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Cache configuration of database file pages, query programs, query results

Are there some possibilities to configure following caches in order to keep cache data for only some important entity types and for the entire life cycle of the EntityManagerFactory. Cache of database file pages. Cache of query programs. Cache of query execution results. btc_es BTC EmbeddedSystems
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How Should I Configure objectdb.conf to Obtain 256KB Disk IO Requests and Maximize Shared PersistenceManager Entity Cache?

These are questions asked in the context of the proposed architecture described in the forum thread titled, "Sample JDO Architecture for Follow Up Questions". I tried to configure my objectdb.conf to give 256KB disk accesses and use PersistenceManager L1 ref=soft caching and datastore pagefile
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Does JPA have any configuration to create DDL's that are database specific

There some JPA classes who's names more that 30 character. This worked well in MySQL , Derby , PostgreSQL but when it was tried on oracle , we hit the constraint that oracle has of 30 characters. So basically my question is that is there any JPA have any configuration to create DDL's
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best practice for configuration settings

questions regarding the configuration entry: ... <processing cache="64mb" max-threads="10" synchronized="false" /> ... max-threads we have 16 processor cores and around 400 clients communicating to our core process, each accessing objectdb. What is the best setting ? synchronized

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