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ODB should auto-restart if it detects it's necessary

and needed a lot of time for debugging and fixing). This is the error I got after adding a new field

Failed to synchronize replicated database

(i.e. an available db backup), e.g. for debugging. In replication, to help slave databases catch

java.lang.ClassCastException in query results

.Capacity + ", City: " + result.City); } In debug mode i see that the objects in List results are of type

NullPointerException while setting a new property value

error. Here is the log file in DEBUG mode, but there is nothing special or detailed error description

How to retrieve the ObjectDB version number?

Hi! We need the ObjectDB version for debug purpose/logging. Our project supports also EclipseLink - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3493495/getting-database-connection-in-pure-jpa-setup With the Connection object the Database name & version can be retrieved. For ObjectDB, which is the best (JPA

How find out ObjectDB version at runtime (in a web app)

at run-time ? It does not seem to be in the odb logs, and turning on the debug mode does not

type.loader java.lang.ClassNotFoundException

With logging enabled in debug level - some 'normal' ClassNotFoundException are written to the log

PersistenceException: Failed to locate field

only on the XML setting won't allow schema evolution. dmoshal David Moshal not sure how to debug

Enhancing a class causes it to not save changes.

So when we enhance the Account class, no changes are saved to it. When it is reflection mode, everything works perfectly. In reflection mode, the objectdb log on debug mode refers to classes that have not existed for ages. In enhancement mode, there are no exceptions. I can't figure

queries more than 10 times slower using 2.8.1 versus 2.7.6

="debug" />) you can see all the top query plans and try alternative query plans manually using hints

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