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object creation during pmf.getPersistenceManager()

getting pm is very fast even having 300 PC classes. In the future it could be an option
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High availability and other pratical questions

, but you will have to check it with your own application. support Support Hi, Thanks for the fast reply
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Deadlock in objectdb code

Support Thank you for your fast and effective response to my issue - the new logging option should help solve things. sjzlondon Steve Zara
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Is there any faster select method?

a SELECT query. By the way, an invocation of persist is very fast because it is a memory operation
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Eclipse4 RCP - No Persistence provider for EntityManager

the objectdb.jar in the bin directory. support Support Thank you for the fast response. I can reproduce
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creating EntityManager on odb file created on Mac 64bit on Windows 32bit

, and the system crashes because of another reason. support Support thanks for such a fast reply. I try
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Efficient query on EmbeddedId

can be part of user defined indexed. Accordingly queries on field1 (and on both fields) will be fast
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Garbage Free Persistence?

it?) Anyway, the benefit of moving to garbage free is unclear, as modern garbage collectors are fast
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Annotate a Map field with @ElementCollection or @Basic

using an @ElementCollection(fetch=FetchType.EAGER) and see if it is fast as @Basic support Support I
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Threaded Test - Failed to commit transaction: Unexpected internal exception

- it seems that when both put and take are synchronized the consumer is fast as the producer (even though query operations

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