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EM close causes an exception

This stack trace indicates a missing temporary file that holds information about uncommitted flushed ... . It was added to support large flush operations. Since this is a hidden feature, no similar reports from ... ) will add better support for large flush operations. However, we cannot provide information regarding


is responsible for updating the ordering upon flushing to the database to reflect any insertion, deletion

Removed entities can be found by query in the same transaction

__odbtracker/m (type STA, value=Persistent-Deleted-Flushed) which shows that the entity is deleted and flushed. The bug was introduced with ObjectDB Version 2.7.4_04, therefore in the moment ... the database and the change was flushed but not committed yet then the database maintains


at flush or commit time.) IllegalArgumentException - if the instance is not an entity


. This exception may be thrown as part of an API call, a flush or at commit time. The current


. An implementation might flush instances as if flush were called, but it is not required


instances of affected classes in the cache are first flushed to the datastore. Instances in the cache or


classes in the cache are first flushed to the datastore. Instances in the cache or brought into


, then flush or checkConsistency should be called after attaching the instances. These methods have no effect


javax.jdo.annotations Annotation Unique Target: Classes and fields (including property get methods) Annotation for a database unique constraint. Used for database schema generation to create unique constraints. Also used to reorder database operations when flushing changes to avoid unique

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