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javax.persistence.criteria.ParameterExpression

: the runtime type is not changed. Warning: may result in a runtime failure. Parameters: type - intended type
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javax.persistence.criteria.Path

: the runtime type is not changed. Warning: may result in a runtime failure. Parameters: type - intended
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javax.persistence.criteria.PluralJoin

: the runtime type is not changed. Warning: may result in a runtime failure. Parameters: type - intended type
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javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate

conversion: the runtime type is not changed. Warning: may result in a runtime failure. Parameters: type
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javax.persistence.criteria.Root

conversion: the runtime type is not changed. Warning: may result in a runtime failure. Parameters: type
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javax.persistence.criteria.SetJoin

: may result in a runtime failure. Parameters: type - intended type of the expression Returns: new
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javax.persistence.criteria.Subquery

. Warning: may result in a runtime failure. Parameters: type - intended type of the expression Returns
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EOFException

) are expected. Following is a list of possible causes: Hardware failure (e.g. a physical disk failure). Software failure (e.g. a bug of the Operating System, Java or ObjectDB). Copying a database file while it is open and in use. Network or I/O failure when copying, moving or transferring a database
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InternalError on multiple AND and JOIN Query

[ROOT] <>> Tests run: 14, Failures: 1, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 1.35 sec <<< FAILURE! Results : Failed tests:   queryAttribute13(com.contextspace.ExampleTest) Tests run: 14, Failures: 1, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0 [INFO
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Failover from Master to Slave

only mode. This requires some operations by your application: identifying a failure, moving ... system and on failure to delete that file and create another file on the slave server. Application ... solution will work at all. Here is the reason: in some cases failures are not consistent. Let's say