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How to do an Offline Database Backup?

which guarantees the file will not be corrupted? You should close the PersistenceManagerFactory (not
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InternalException - error reading field from "queue" database

is corrupted but the cause is unknown. I am closing this issue now. If the problem repeats please open it and provide additional information. felixobjectdb
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java.lang.NullPointerException during access a field, only if the classes enhanced

version fixes a critical bug that in some cases (rare but possible) may cause database corruption, so it is highly recommended to use the new build. btc_es
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NegativeArraySizeException on commiting a transaction

the ProjectVersionHistory. The entity itself was not corrupted though, because when I tried to make a copy
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NullPointerException in ENH.g(ENH.java:401)

without any issues so it seems that the database file gets corrupted after time or the internal structure
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NullPointerException in ENH.g(ENH.java:401)

Hello, corresponding to your suggestion I created a private ticket in reply to http://www.objectdb.com/database/forum/1109. Attached you will find my database file (I removed most of the content but one corrupt instance is still included). I error happens when reading the field "Event.participants
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Objectdb recovery

) the database file should not be corrupted. You can check your database file after such events by running
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ObjectDB stability after power failure

. If you try a 'kick the plug out' while ObjectDB is running, the database is not expected to be corrupted
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ObjectDB version 2.2 has been released

database corruption bug (issue #187). Fixed a critical bug in schema evolution of modified ancestor
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ODB lost?

I'm new to ObjectDB. While debugging small programs in single-step mode in NetBeans, the ODB appears to get corrupted or lost if I don't invoke close on EntityManager. If I re-run my program and get a new EntityManager, the instance behaves as if the data that was persisting is somehow gone. I