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Performance Issues After Migrating to ObjectDB - Urgent Assistance Required

. Could you please assist us in identifying the cause of these performance issues and suggest any possible solutions
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Query results are not up to date for entities, not primitives

it could help. support Support I have identified that the problem lies elsewhere, not in the generic
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Database Inconsistency or corruption

of the EntityManager or of ObjectDB, I could identified when the delete operation is executed
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Drop the entire database, Change the schema

ObjectDB if it knows that persistence unit - ObjectDB cannot identify it as related to ObjectDB
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ObjectDB is opening too many sockets

there were very few of them, which we could not identify, but only at one timestamp which does not
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Help understanding Entity behavior with JPA

The combination of (type, ID) should identify entity objects uniquely. Therefore, only one entity object
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2.7.3_03 Erroneous "Attempt to modify a primary key of a managed object"

is not identified as a subclass of SingleFieldIdentity in #7 above, which is probably the result
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Schema migration - long to String

that caused identifying objects after field type change as invalid were removed in build 2.4.5_05
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can removing an entity throw an exception if the entity is in use?

reports broken references so it could be very helpful during testing and debugging in identifying
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Feature Request: Subclassed PersistenceException for Type Not Found in DB Schema

. If you still have to catch these exceptions, maybe you can identify them by getCause

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