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General Settings and Logging

. After that period an archived log file is automatically deleted. The elements
FAQ
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How to install ObjectDB?

ObjectDB is distributed as a zip file. Just download and extract the ObjectDB distribution zip file. No need to run any install or setup program. You can uninstall ObjectDB by deleting the ObjectDB directory. ObjectDB does not modify the registry or any other system file.
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JPA Lifecycle Events

the EntityManager. @PostRemove - after deleting an entity from the database (during commit or flush). An entity
Manual
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JPA Primary Key

are deleted from the database. The primary key value of an entity can be accessed by declaring a primary
Manual
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ObjectDB Developer's Guide

, retrieve, update and delete database objects. Explains how to use the JPA Query Language (JPQL). Presents
Manual
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Obtaining a JPA Database Connection

database content, such as store, update, and delete should only be performed within an active
Result
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Posting to ObjectDB Website - Important Instructions

to modify, delete or move any post at its sole discretion. 2. Content and Readability To keep your post
JDO Doc
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javax.jdo.PersistenceManager

1.0 void deletePersistent(Object pc) Delete the persistent instance from the data store. Delete ... of the instance persistent, the closure of the instance is not deleted from the data store. This method has no effect if the instance is already deleted in the current transaction. This method throws
JDO Doc
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deletePersistentAll()

Method javax.jdo.Query long deletePersistentAll() Deletes all the instances of the candidate class that pass the filter. Returns the number of instances of the candidate class that were deleted ... if deletePersistent were called on them. Specifically, if the class of deleted instances implements
JDO Doc
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javax.jdo.annotations.Element

) for the element Default value: {} Since: JDO 2.1 ForeignKeyAction deleteAction Delete action to apply to any foreign key for the element. Delete action to apply to any foreign key for the element. Returns: delete action to apply to any foreign key for the element Default value: javax.jdo.annotations