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find() cost unreasonable time!

> Would you please give another advices? You can keep the refresh and also use locking. This is not related to moving from

Connection is closed Caused by: java.io.EOFException

="false" sync="false" path="." mode="write" /> <locking version-check="true" /> <processing

Online Backup in client-server mode

the time that the database is locked for backup (e.g. when the connection between the client

Password in Embedded Mode?

Is there a way to setup a database file that will be accessed in embedded mode, such that it is locked with a password. Thereby making it impossible to use ObjectDB to access the contents of the file without providing the correct password when obtaining a connection. In my case, I'm interested in

Replication failed

" path="." mode="write" /> <locking version-check="true" /> <processing cache="128mb" max

WORM (Write once read many) support

of the file? support Support I think not, since the file once writen/created would be locked

Why does ObjectDB duplicate classes from javax.jdo:jdo-api?

Hello, I'm using the Java Persistence API (JPA) in a library to not lock myself in to using a specific database. In a project that uses said library, I'm using ObjectDB because it is fast and eliminates the need for another dependency to an ORM, such as Hibernate, since it implements the JPA

Use temporary files to enable very large transactions

="false" sync="false" path="." mode="write" />                 <locking version-check="true

ObjectDB 2.8.7_08

Attempt to solve temporary files locking issues on Linux.

ObjectDB 2.6.5

specified in configuration. Fixed optimistic lock exception on removing of a flushed modified

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