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composite index not used in query

). [Step 1c] Retrieve fields in Action (a) instances. [Step 1d] Filter the results of step 1c ... over all the instances (a1) in a.objectsInCharge. [Step 2b] Retrieve fields in ObjectNode (a1) instances ... ) in a1.childNodes. [Step 3b] Retrieve fields in ObjectNode (v$1) instances. [Step 3c] Filter

Wrong data stored in time only fields

This may be related to the fix for the problem described in this thread: Wrong data stored in date only fields. The object and its date and time fields are the same as in the referenced thread ... pending) now it appears that there is a problem with time only fields. The issue appears at random and in

Setting temp directory location in ObjectDB

.class.getClassLoader()); I read in the ObjectDB website that we can change the temp directory using ... (); hits it creates a .$fileName.obd$ file in the same directory where fileName.odb is located. But i want to set the tempority folder location so that $fileName.obd$ will be created in some different

Best practice: Database update/migration of embedded databases in products

: There are three versions of a product (v1.0; v1.1, v2.0). In each version, the entities have been modified ... is now held otherwise. The product store user data in the ObjectDB-Database. Example: V1.0: EntityPerson ... with the Product in Version 1.1 or 2.0 with the new “EntityPerson” Class and without data loss

Is 2 level cache in use?

Hi, Is there any way to check, if 2 level cache is in use? Right now I've done two things: 1. objectdb.conf with cache size is placed in WEB-INF directory of my web application. 2. persistence.xml ... ="ALL"/> </properties> But after few benchmarks I don't really see any difference in

Strange behaviour with ORDER BY and IN

it should be (and usually is, except in this special combination-case). Ordering seems to be ignored if we order ... with a simple IN-clause. Filtering with IN-clause or ordering on another member (which is not ... ("Locations without selection criterion in descending order (by id): ");         em.createQuery("select l

Visibility of changes in Transaction is not visible to a JPA QL Query

();   } catch The problem is that the items that I add in the transaction are not visible when I ... , and the persistence.xml is located where it is used in the EJB project ( this was the only way I ... on Windows Server 2008 SP2 32bit. I have not added any objectdb jars in any other location apart from the EAR

Path in tomcat

Hi, If I put the .jar into /opt/Tomcat/lib/, then where the .conf should be in? And the .odb ... /, then where the .conf should be in? And the .odb? See explanations about ObjectDB home and configuration path in the manual. Notice that the database file can be at any absolute path that you specify. support

Memory leak in com.objectdb.o.CST

allocated in thousands of com.objectdb.o.CST instances as shown in screenshot. I wonder ... . It is only 1 instance of EMF as seen in the better view I uploaded in this reply. So the question ... If there is connection pooling, will it be normal that these instances are in memory even if entity

new objects not available in mappedBy associations

> employees; creating a new mapped class, e.g. new Employee, won't result in this object being available in ... This seems to be the normal behavior - according to JPA the application has to update both sides in order to have a synchronized bi-directional relationship. In practice, however, the mapped side will be updated

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