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Is there any GUI for creating/editing entity?

pikotenta Some Explorer features that were available in ObjectDB 1.0 are temporarily disabled ... the Explorer. These features are expected to be enabled again soon in future releases. To be informed ... Explorer adds support of editing database content. support Support I see, thank you for your response

Compare old and new schema

to the new one. However, you can open the old database in the Explorer (without entity classes in ... migration takes place correctly. Could you tell me how the explorer gathers the information ... without entity classes in the classpath but the metamodel is empty. How does your explorer get to metamodel

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

your DB Explorer tool when trying the same, or similar, SELECT NEW ... query: Exception in thread "AWT ... both in the application and with DB Explorer. 2. Then we run the following update query from ... Explorer. As a matter of fact any update causes the problem. The above is just an example. Each

@MappedSuperclass and @Transient not working as I expected

is that there is a table for the superclass. When I try to examine it in ObjectDB Explorer, it throws a NPE ... - it is not stored in the database and the Explorer merely shows default values. See also this related forum thread. ObjectDB 2.3 will be released with a new Explorer that should fix the transient field as

Undeploying Glassfish web application does not disconnect from ObjectDB

ObjectDB as JPA provider, then undeploy, I can't access the database file in the ObjectDB explorer, the explorer claims the database file is being accessed by another process. If I restart Glassfish I can open the database file in the ObjectDB explorer ok. webel Dr Darren Kelly Are you using ObjectDB in

Get list of database files

on an ObjectDB server. The ObjectDB explorer has such a feature (File->Open C/S Connection->Browse ... the Explorer: import java.io.File; import com.objectdb.Utilities;     ...     File root ... ); This will return the root directory, which then can be explored further using the java.io.File API

Enhancement of type is old and cannot be used

Explorer, I can see those non-existing classes from the log listed as Entities, but they have 0 ... You can delete old classes using the Explorer of version 2.8.3_05 (right click -> Delete, or from ... of the deprecated classes through the DB Explorer and then I got the following exception after starting

mappedSuperClass and subClass Duplicates

When I subclass a mappedSuperClass, a table for both appears in the Explorer. Am I correct ... ... billdotnet Bill The super class is shown in the Explorer to enable viewing its schema and to enable opening ... However, it appears that the super classes in the explorer count toward the ten (10) table limit for the free

ObjectDB 2.3.0

Added the ability to edit databases in the Explorer (issue #2). Added the ability to execute queries in the Explorer (issue #3). Other small Explorer improvements. Added support of IN operator in JPQL queries. Added support of ";drop" database url parameter. Adjusted the Enhancer to the new Java 7

Internal objectdb exception when using different language on a machine

that you submitted indicates that this is probably an ObjectDB bug. However, to explore ... enhanced subclass) we should explore ways to improve the check to identify and warn against partial ... and check for possible solutions? Is it possible to reproduce the exception by a query in the Explorer? support Support

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