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Database corrupted after schema change

, no writing happens, but still the instances of TC become corrupted. It is visible also in the DB Explorer ... running the Doctor) with the last version of ObjectDB, for example, using the Explorer ... other idea ? jakab Gergely Jakab Thank you for the update. It seems that to explore this issue

Query Method NullPointerException on List iteration

where exactly NullPointerException is thrown. Try running the query in the Explorer. Do you get results ... the explorer, because it says that the method doesn't exist. I tried adding the classpath in the explorer settings, but the error remains.. Stack Trace: java.lang.NullPointerException: null

@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

SSL cannot connect from client StackOverflow error

the Client, when SSL is enabled. I can connect from Explorer, when "Use SSL" is checked, isn't there some ... can connect from Explorer, when "Use SSL" is checked, isn't there some option, which I missed on java client side? When "Use SSL" is enabled, the Explorer uses a connection url that starts with objectdbs

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

Entity name

extends Pojo implements Serializable{..... In ObjectDB-explorer (which is part of ObjectDB ... the explorer the data is organized by classes and class names are displayed, but you are right, the alias names should also be shown and this should be added in future versions of the Explorer. support Support

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

Null pointer exception being thrown from within ObjectDB.

).getResultList(); ... Screenshots attached for database explorer. Please note that the "ReportObject" object doesn't seem to write to the database and when trying to view the ReportObject list, the explorer ... is specified here) or a sample database with a query that can demonstrate the exception (e.g. by running the query in the Explorer). support Support

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

Once served to JSF page via @EJB query bean, many list fields are null (but same query ok after fresh persist in @PostConstruct)

and @OneToOne fields are also null). In all cases lists that are given in the explored database ... in the odb Explorer. regards, Darren Kelly (Webel IT Australia, Sydney) webel Dr Darren Kelly In ... exploring it in the debugger. support Support After running your test application and investigating

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