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Cascading makeTransient

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

Adding multi part path index on non-embedable object member

definition is invalid, since a multi path index is limited to one entity class (and additional embeddable

StackOverflowError after commit

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

How to move @Embedable collection to a dedicated entity class?

; } @Embeddable class Child{ @Id Long id; // child does not have parent id } We have 1000

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

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

Bulk update of embedded entities in linked list

Hi, I'm trying to do a bulk update of a column in an embedded entity, but I end up with a query execution error because of the "." between the column name of the parent entity and column name of the child entity. The column in the parent entity represents a linked list of an embeddable class

ObjectDB 2.7.2

to a new defined embeddable class. Fixed a possible collision of using multiple servers with a shared

InternalException when using MEMBER OF on a large list in a query

is not very efficient, because non embeddable keys are slower. If possible, try to avoid primary keys

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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