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Failed to resize file - file system limitation error

in ObjectDB or a corrupted database file. Therefore, you might be able to debug it externally

objectdb-2.6.9_02 (with "objectdb.temp.no-enhancement-crc-check") vs. generic classes with interfaces: detailed investigation

enhancement from Clean and Build has not been corrupted. - No javaagent enhancement is used at any

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

Unexpected exception (Error 990)

file. You can find a list of possible reasons for database corruption on the link

Java 9 support

incompatibility and cause some database corruption. So I created my own javax.jdo Java 9 module


is corrupted and you must repair it using the ObjectDB Doctor before you can use it. Otherwise, many different

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

ObjectDB 2.3.7

Fixed a critical issue that may cause database corruption (issue #630). Initial attempt to enable navigation through lazy loading from detached objects (feature request #326). Improved toString of criteria queries to use aliases (issue #127). Fixed automatic variable naming in criteria queries

[ObjectDB 2.6.9] Unexpected exception (Error 990)

corruption, so it is highly recommended to use the new build. support Support

stress test -> com.objectdb.o.InternalException: null

. It seems that all entity managers become corrupted / broken. (see stack trace below) Should it be something in

Getting Started

ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

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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