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composite index not used in query

we defined a composite index for class Action: @Index(name="ssst",members={"startDate","state","subType","type"}) and an index for the OneToMany @OneToMany(fetch=FetchType.LAZY) @Index public ... ')) and (a.state = 3 and a.subType = 3 and a.type = 0 and a.startDate > ?1)) the composite index is not

Composite Index error 328

( { @javax.jdo.annotations.Index(members = {"id","pwd","access"}) } ) public class ... _01] javax.persistence.PersistenceException Invalid index path 'id' in type persistence.jpa.models ... .UserException: Invalid index path 'id' in type persistence.jpa.models.UsrlistEntity at com.objectdb.o.MSG

ObjectDB 2.7.2_x Doctor Yields "Index Requires Rebuild" Always

on it. See indexing errors reported. Run ObjectDB 2.7.1 on same .odb and you will not see indexing errors. Run ... will still show indexing errors when ObjectDB 2.7.2 (or later) Doctor is run on the "repaired" database. Automatic index rebuilding ("<index-update enabled="true" priority="40" />") does not correct

Index causes increased memory usage

up that memory? The data load was the same for both tests (with and without String indexing ... on the server? Thanks, CVTSC cvtsc Dev Team Using indexes should not make that difference. When indexes ... was the including the indexes. How are the indexes stored? Is it simply a pointer to the field

Multi part paths in a composite index must have the same length

Hi, I am trying to create some index in a DB - but I get an exception when i try to commit. Exception in thread "main" [ObjectDB 2.6.0_01] javax.persistence.PersistenceException Invalid index path ... .createQuery( Here is how the class of the persisted object looks like @Entity @Index

Adding multi part path index on non-embedable object member

Is there a way to add single member index on members of a object member which is not configured ... } So I wanted to add index on Customer for or on given those merchant and Store class has the corresponding fields. e.g. @Entity @Indices({ @Index(members={"merchant

Date field Index is corrupted due to time change

several BTrees (apparently BTrees that contain time based indexed data). It is unclear yet how exactly this happened. support Support Apparently we found the bug, which affects indexes on pure Date ... , but the index will become corrupted only if the date is written in different levels of the BTree

index - data rewrite

Hi we have found that applying indexes on an existing table erases the data. Are we doing ... defined indexes. In earlier versions new indexes had no effect until the database was rebuilt using the Doctor. What ObjectDB version are you using? Because automatic activation of new indexes is a new

Indexes broken after schema update

an existing one and I get 0 results when trying to query by an existing index(that still exists) and the below errors in the logs. I can query the object fine by non-indexed fields and by the @Id. [2012-08-19 19:42:25 #74 store] *** Attempt to remove a non existing index entry: [2012-08-19 19:42:25 #75

Index on map key

Is there a way to create an Index with @Index on the key of a map? wua Andreas Wurm Indexes on map ... .*; import javax.jdo.annotations.Index; import javax.persistence.*; public class T1255 ... ();     }     @Entity     @Index(members={"map.key"})     public static class MyEntity {         MyEntity(Collection

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