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Native ObjectDB Support for EnumSet ?

Greetings ObjectDB team, Are embedded EnumSet objects faster to query than normal classes ? Does JPA/JDO offer native support to filter persistent objects by an EnumSet field's multi values ? For example: WHERE o.es == ES.A | ES.B | ES.C Thank you ! geekox86 Mohannad AlAwad Embedded enum sets
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objectdb-2.6.9_02 (with "objectdb.temp.no-enhancement-crc-check") vs. generic classes with interfaces: detailed investigation

filters bridge methods, eliminating this duplication. The other bug is when using reflection
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JPA 2.0 Criteria API: (When) Fully supported ?

'" is supported: org.apache.openjpa.persistence.ArgumentException: The filter listener "matches" requires
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Query to search for common elements in two separate collections.

collections by identical hash code. Candidate collections should then be further filtered by checking
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ObjectDB 2.7.6

(issue #2302). Added support of filtering mapped-by (inverse) relationship results using
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NoResultException: No matching results for a unique query

which was causing the failure because of a filter.. sorry!! Alex quasado Alexander Adam No problem
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ObjectDB-2.6.9: Failed to commit transaction: Failed to set numeric value of field property Element.id using reflection

sub-types that extend these.) For now I will provide a filtered, edited version of the errors
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Weird issue with variable naming

;   } } } quasado Alexander Adam oh and we re-use a join setup in our filter for the order by clause as
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Typo in ObjectDB 1.0 Manual

Support > Knowledge Base > ObjectDB 1.0 Manual > Chapter 7 "JDOQL Queries" > Section 7.2 "Query Filter Syntax" > Subsection "Fields" > Second to last sentence Remove "not" from that sentence. "An attempt to access a field or invoke a method using a null reference results in a false evaluation
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Unexpected Query Token / Casting in Query

it is now nor replaced with manual code (because we don't know what filter code the user will input) Alex

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