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@Lob @Basic(fetch = FetchType.LAZY) is loaded when it's not needed

Myachikov FetchType.LAZY is a hint that JPA implementations are allowed to ignore. Currently ObjectDB

Query performance in general

is manual analysis of possible query plans and using hints to select a better query plan. support Support

Dependency from enhanced classes to the objectDB library

? Then we may be able to solve the persistence unit not found exception using the hint at #2. support Support

Performance tuning, best practices

settings in the configuration ? - other hints or proposals hgzwicker Hans-Georg Zwicker

Out of memory

changing some queries, setting indexes or using the objectdb.result-fetch hint could help. Finally

Database Inconsistency or corruption

someone already faced a similar problem ? Any hint is welcome ? junior Lekane Nimpa, Junior Your report does not

References to objects of missing obsolete entity classes

not occur with objectDB version 2.8.0_4. Did you change anything and do you have any hint as

Enable intern() for Retrieved Strings

Implement a setting, where the developer can specify which Strings should be loaded via the String.intern() function. Hint for this enhancement: When loading a large list of persons, the persons first names are many time the same ones (here it is Martin, Michael, Thomas, ...). Instead

Error during closing an entity manager

EmbeddedSystems Could you please check build 2.7.1_03? support Support I have a further hint

NullPointer when accessing entity field

this time. Could you provide us some hint what is the cause of this problem? Thanks Marta Maruta M

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