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find() delay

results. I tried em.flush(), em.clear(), etc.. that do not work. Any idea? TIA gzdillon Lai Yang Maybe

Using Enum type in NamedQuery: Field is not found in type

whereas my ObjectDB database file isnt being created until the first EntityManager flush, so maybe

ObjectDB 2.8.8

). Fixed an error on closing an EntityManager with non-comitted flushed transaction (issue #2794). Fixed

ObjectDB 2.6.1

Added an option to disable temporary file deletion. Added support of using entity classes with missing dependent types. Added support of composite indexes with components of different lengths. Fixed a bug in reflection mode in detecting changes after flush (issue #1602). Fixed

NullPointerException when using multithreading

has its own instance of EntityManager. After 500 persists, the thread calls a flush() on the database

ObjectDB 2.6.9

. Fixed a bug in removing a modified flushed entity object.

cannot delete objects after crash (see issue 2283)

after writing and flushing the transaction updates to the recovery file (the database file

ObjectDB 2.6.4

Added memory only database mode. Added an option to cascade detachment to embedded objects. Added an option to disable reuse of database page objects. Improved release of query resources. Improved memory management in multi flush transactions. Extended detachment of embedded objects to collections

ObjectDB 2.6.0

to a server. Fixed a NullPointerException during close (issue 1531). Fixed refresh of a new managed entity object after flush.

Enhancing a class causes it to not save changes.

anything until flush/commit and then it just compares the content of the object at the beginning of the transaction

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