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Check for index existence ?

Hello, Is there a simple way to check if indexes specified in entities are well taken into account by ObjectDb ? Regards, Xirt You can see query execution details, including usage of indexes ... well i got it after few minutes. Seems write in log is not immediate. Well, how can i check index
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Case Insensitive Indexes

How do you do case insensitive indexes? I have search the Forum and tutorials and have not found any info related to this.   Thanks, -- Nathan Modrzewski Case insensitive string indexes are currently not supported. If you cannot use lowercase only (or uppercase only) for the data - consider
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Full Text Indexing and Query

The ability of ObjectDB to index collections, including collections of strings, can be very useful in text indexing and search. By splitting document text into words and keeping these words in a List persistent field, documents that contain specific words can be retrieved easily
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Search with wildcards and index issue

annotations: @Index(unique="true") @Column(nullable=false,unique=true) the search no longer works. I ... in LIKE was ignored when using an index. Build 2.3.7_11 fixes this bug. Thank you for your report. pedwards
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Support for case-insensitive indexes

I would like to request support for case insensitive string indexes. Case-insensitive search is a very common requirement and adding a separate field for every indexed field is a pain. Regards, Natalia.   natmaclin lwalkowski
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Database Explorer

the database and their persistent fields and indexes. The [Query] window enables running JPQL ... , for checking which indexes are used. The Reset button clears the content of all the fields. Refreshing
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JPA Entity Fields

, since the other side is not stored and calculated by a query. An index on the owner field may accelerate the inverse query and the load of the inverse field. But even with an index, executing a query
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Query Parameters in JPA

(no matter in which order). Ordinal Parameters (?index) In addition to named parameters, whose form is :name, JPQL also supports ordinal parameters, whose form is ?index. The following method
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InternalException when querying indexed field using a list that contains duplicates

is an indexed String field on the candidate class :ids is a list which contains a duplicate entry
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Page #9 entry 0 (key 'bjjl') has 75 extra bytes / Unexpected last index ID: -119 (expected -116)

Please check the attached database file. When running the Doctor, I get   Global Value Errors ------------------- [1] Unexpected last index ID: -119 (expected -116) Page Content Errors ------------------- [1] Page #9 entry 0 has unexpected object format [2] Page #9 entry 0 (key 'bjjl') has 75 extra