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Database size is much larger than expected (x2)

levels of the hierarchy), or by including it in an embeddable object that is references twice

Embedded in JDO metadata not working in objectDB 2.x ?

for the query) and then back to embeddable. Alternatively, probably running the Doctor in repair mode

ClassCastException on SELECT NEW ... after UPDATE over Java RMI

();                 em.getMetamodel().embeddable(FileNameDTO.class);         Query query = em.createQuery

persistence.xml classes not respected by ObjectDB

Hi! I have the following persistence.xml. The problem is that ObjectDB loads all the classes in P1 (+ their embeddable classes). P2 is created properly, but P1 gets all entity classes (from P2 also). How can this be avoided, so that both P1 and P2 get just the classes that were specified to each

How to use regular expressions in Criteria Builder

physicalPartDetails; } @Embeddable @Data @AllArgsConstructor @NoArgsConstructor public class

Upgrade to 2.4.1_02

Hi there, The upgrade to 2.4.1_02 fixed the initial problem, however there still seems to be an issue. To me it appears that Embeddable might be being lazy loaded, but I cannot be sure. I have attached a testcase demonstrating this issue. Its failing on the merge. Thanks P. pedwards Paul Edwards

object creation during pmf.getPersistenceManager()

(entity class / embeddable class / persistence capable class) using the no arg constructor

Automatic schema evolution causes ArrayOutOfBoundsException

> (Permission is an embeddable class), the fields name remained untouched. After that I derived Airline from

ObjectDB 2.8.9_05

Added an option to exclude inherited @Id fields in embeddable classes.

ObjectDB 2.4.7

Fixed bugs in cascading merge and refresh. Fixed an internal java.lang.ArrayStoreException bug (com.objectdb.o.InvToOneLoadRequest). Fixed a regression bug (starting 2.4.4_13) in handling embeddable types. Fixed a performance regression (since 2.4.4_01) in query result retrieval. Added INFO level

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