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is enabled) the database file should not be corrupted. You can check your database file

zip file or JAR manifest missing

/objectdb.jar gzdillon Lai Yang Maybe the objectdb.jar in one site is corrupted (e.g. copied by FTP in

ObjectDB stability after power failure

to be corrupted. When the database is opened again it should be recovered automatically. In addition

Memory Leak in EntityManagerFactory ?

for me. the png file is corrupted after upload (and download). or does I miss

How to do an Offline Database Backup?

which guarantees the file will not be corrupted? CBE CBE You should close the PersistenceManagerFactory (not

NullPointerException in ENH.g(ENH.java:401)

corrupted after time or the internal structure does not match anymore. Unfortunately I

ObjectDB version 2.2 has been released

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

ClassCastException on SELECT NEW ... after UPDATE over Java RMI

(1) The DB file after the query is in trvr-corrupt.zip. As you can see the update completes Ok

cannot delete objects after crash (see issue 2283)

become corrupted). Which of this options seems to fit better to your needs? support Support We would prefer

Errors after unexpected server shutdown

with the data or corrupted. This shouldn't happen of course as recovery from failure should protect data

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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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