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Nested Collection Query

collection in a user defined entity or embeddable class. support Support

Spatial Support

Will support for spatial objects (com.vividsolutions.jts.geom.Point for instance) be added in the near future? Thanks nhoefer Nicholas Hoefer No, but you may still be able to persist spatial objects as ordinary entity / embeddable objects. Possibly even instances of that specific library

StackOverflowError after commit

this issue, some of our Entity classes were annotated with @Embeddable instead of @Entity

Cascading makeTransient

ObjectDB:     System.setProperty("objectdb.temp.detach-embeddable", "true"); Then embedded objects

@ElementCollection query returning extra result per element in collection

: When the selection includes also a branch. When Branch is defined as entity rather than as embeddable. It may help

Performance issue in a query due to compareTo calls

would be defined as @Embeddable rather than as @Entity (this may possibly improve performance in general

embedded objects marked final not persisted.

Discovered that embedded objects marked final are not persisted. I'm not exactly sure why that should the case. Is this a bug? dmoshal David Moshal Final fields are treated as transient regardless of their type. If you mean that declaring the embeddable class as transient causes problems

[ObjectDB 2.2.5_02] Unexpected exception (Error 990) com.objectdb.o.InternalException: java.lang.NullPointerException: null

; } } And its embedded primary key @Embeddable @Access(AccessType.PROPERTY) public class TimePeriod implements

ObjectDB 2.6.5

querying enhanced embeddable classes. Fixed server crash on exceeding maximum number of connections

Lazy retrieval by access not working correctly

LocalizedValues names; ... } @Embeddable public class LocalizedValues implements Serializable

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