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

Kelly It contradicts what I said: I will double check again. webel Dr Darren Kelly You asked concerning


using the DB and they are supposed to be all using the same classes. I'll double check. Thanks, Eitan

Connection performace after upgrade to objectdb 2

. Now, for the same thing, it takes 50 secondes (which the double) Do you have any idea how can I solve

Performance in SELECT statement

;     private String text5;     private Object value; // for now just Double values     @Index

Why can't we persist an object with a field of type EnumMap in ObjectDB?

Hi, Is there a reason why we can't persist an object with a field of type EnumMap in ObjectDB? but it works fine for fields like = HashMap<EnumType,Double> Thanks EKK EKK Emmanuel Keskes You can persist any Serializable type if you enable this ability in the configuration. But using this feature

Embedding ObjectDB on server application

to the ObjectDB home directory. support Support I double checked that ObjectDB.jar is indeed imported into

java.lang.ClassCastException in OSGi runtime when loading data from DB

to the database service only and the using DTOs could solve the problem but I would mean doubling

Safe Settings

2 separate mechanisms for recovery from failure: Recording (transaction log). Recovery (double

Issue with UPPER ?

) except the missing UPPER() calls everywhere Case (2) -> fails badly and suddenly returns doubled results

Server out of memory exceptions

Sorry! - I've double checked the test and it is bad. I'm not clearing the thread list on each iteration

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