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Log is almost empty (log level 'trace')

) has only database open/close messages, some query.compiler info but nothing more.. Is that right ... that may be relevant. support Support Build 2.4.6_10 adds simple logging of starting/stopping the server (at INFO level). support Support

Can I Disable the Creation of the "log" Directory?

name="*" level="info" /> </general> </objectdb> import javax.jdo.JDOHelper; import javax.jdo

Too many objects for this ObjectDB Edition

Hi, I have been encountering an error when my odb file is larger than 512kb "Too many objects for this ObjectDB Edition." I haven't been able to find any info about this online and was wondering if anyone has encountered a similar problem. I had been using an older version of ObjectDB

Trouble viewing db in Explorer.

" /> </validCachedQueryResponse> Let me know if you need more info Thanks Brian bmcalist.odb Brian Please check

Deadlock in objectdb code

" level="info" /> or, use the "debug" level to get more information on the registered type. support

Feedback on new site

Font size on new site is huge! This is especially a problem when browsing the api. dmoshal David Moshal Difficult to find info on ODB1, including api javadocs. dmoshal David Moshal Thank you for your useful comments. The ObjectDB 1 manual is available here. You can use the JDO menu to browse

General Performance Issues Illustrated with a Specific Method

enabled in the configuration and post the results: <general> <logger name="*" level="info

Query fails with failed to read

we can release a new build that will write the stack trace and maybe more info to the log, if you can replace ... logging info for this issue (logger "store.file", level fatal, so probably no need for any

ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException on flush

Unfortunately the additional stack traces do not provide more info and replaying the recorded

ObjectDB for .NET (C# / VB)

further info on this request? I for one would love to see a .NET version of objectdb! felixobjectdb

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ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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