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How to open a running db in ObjectDB Explorer?

another location, start the application then finally I could explore my data, but it will be just a copy ... what is shown in #2 junior Lekane Nimpa, Junior Please verify that both the application and the Explorer uses ... of the problem! The explorer requires objectdb.jar to run! May be, it uses the configuration file

Difference performance in ObjectDB Explorer and in java project

Hello, I am learning ObjectDB and i noticed that the queries that are executed in ObjectDB Explorer ... of explorer? P.S. Two source files are attached. Konstantin Konstantin Queries are executed in the Explorer in a special lazy mode, which is faster in returning the results, but requires further round

Explorer doesn't open file

Explorer doesn't open file...see attached error message and odb. Explorer doesn't cleanly close ... It seems as an ObjectDB Explorer bug is handling a specific field of the type java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit ... , the file is opened in the Explorer? support Support Yes, you're right. When I refactored the code to store

ObjectDB Explorer don't show ManyToOne relations

Hello support. we have a problem with the ObjectDB Explorer and @ManyToOne relations. We persist ... for the attribute then the ObjectDB Explorer shows NULL for the attribute although our unit test checks ... the entity for the attribute then the ObjectDB Explorer shows the attribute. But we want to use interfaces

DB Explorer cannot be opened after schema package renaming of entity types

The DB Explorer cannot be opened after schema package renaming of entity types ... and then the database is broken for the DB Explorer. If I remove the deprecated entity types from the database manually before the schema update then the database can be opened in the DB Explorer after the schema update

Can't modify @EmbeddedId in ObjectDB Explorer

ObjectDB Explorer from its class. Ok, I get this. It's an @EmbeddedId, so it should depend ... ObjectDB Explorer, open entity Journal, expand the id, try to modify date/id, save, then refresh data ... Chirac ObjectDB doesn't support modifying object IDs, not just in the Explorer, but by

delete of a collection in explorer changes type

so the type changed to List<ObjectNode>. we are using explorer version 2.7.1_02 How can we change ... the Explorer or also the removal of content that you want to bring back (which is impossible ... , don't care about the content hgzwicker Hans-Georg Zwicker The Explorer may show a different type

Explorer bug ? Objects seem to be missing from database in Class view, but are present as references

objectdb-2.2.5_08 NetbeansID6.9.1+Glassfish3.01 I suspect the following is an Explorer bug ... ) We see that 2 Project objects were created, however in the database Explorer it lists size=0 for Project class ... Unfortunately it is a critical bug - it is not the Explorer but somehow your application generated

Object DB Explorer fails to open database

the database using Object DB Explorer, it fails. I have attached all the related files. Regards, Md ... 2.05_04. I just opened your sample odb file using the Explorer of 2.1.0 with no problems ... Hello again, I have another case where Object DB Explorer fails to open database. I have a BaseEntity

Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

the project node (in the [Package Explorer] window), select New > Source Folder, enter src/main/java ... the new source directory node (in the [Package Explorer] window) and selecting New > Class. Enter guest as ... : Right click the src/main/resources node (in the [Project Explorer]) and select New > Folder

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ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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