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Query results are not up to date for entities, not primitives

",     personID)   .executeUpdate(); em2   .flush(); em2   .clear(); tr   .commit

Query problem after transaction commit

issue with a simple solution (e.g. changing flush mode from commit to auto could solve

Need help to make this test work and define proper annotations for entities Lists

);             em.getTransaction().commit();             em.flush();              em.close

Unable to execute update query

) {                 System.out.println(i);                 em.getTransaction().commit();                 em.flush

ObjectDB 2.3.3

Improved compilation performance of OR queries with many elements. Fixed eager fetch of maps and nested embedded objects. Fixed a bug in removing a new flushed entity object before first commit (issue #562). Fixed a NullPointerException in accessing inverse (mapped by) collection fields

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

Sometimes cascade persist does not work during commit

is completed. btc_es BTC EmbeddedSystems If the workaround is to replace intermediate flush operations

ObjectDB 2.6.0

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

ObjectDB 2.8.8

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


when find is invoked, do you have an open transaction? Are there flushed but non committed changes

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