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factors. For example, if your classes have many indexes - smart comparison might be faster. If there are no indexes and the changes in every update are significant - I can see a situation in

ObjectDB 2.8.0

#2412). Added logging to diagnose unexpected duplicate index entry (issue #2403). Fixed a bad ... hint (see issue #2379). Fixed a critical bug in index based query execution (issue #2414). Fixed a bug

Failed to validate XML

/webfolder/technetwork/jsc/xml/ns/persistence/index.html -->

Trouble bug on explorer

.java:735) ... 94 more here is my class file: package model; import javax.jdo.annotations.Index ... (strategy=GenerationType.SEQUENCE, generator="seq") private int gid; @Index private int

InternalException in Database Doctor

to diagnose a database with a new index that requires building and the index is built automatically

Failing to read entities under load in multithreaded tests

() {         return version;     } } @Entity @Indices({ @Index(members={"oidId", "type"}), @Index(members={"parentAcl"}) }) public class TestEntity extends TestIdHolder {     private static

ObjectDB 2.7.0

with different parameters. Fixed a NullPointerException bug in automatic building of new indexes. Fixed a NullPointerException in running the Doctor when new indexes have to be built (issue #1959). Fixed

Query by array element

isProperty(int index) {             return properties[index];         }      } } support Support

Rename Application StringIdentity

datastore and just change its "id" attribute? (And update indexes and references appropriately?) Or ... the primary key (id) of objects, since that may affect references from other objects and indexes. support Support

odb files and config file

'/db/account.odb' viewId=/index.xhtml location=/Users/USER/workspace/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.wst.server.core/tmp0/wtpwebapps/PROJECT/index.xhtml phaseId=RENDER_RESPONSE(6) And I read

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