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Bulk Delete and Update - best practice?

databases (in server mode the database is locked so drop can't be used). The only method I've found

multiple connection using share folder

database from multiple system prateek Prateek gupta In embedded mode the database file is locked

Trouble bug on explorer

below: [ObjectDB 2.4.2] java.lang.IllegalArgumentException Attempt to lock a new (non stored yet) entity


The exception indicates a file locking conflict. In embedded mode the database cannot be opened by

The server cannot start in CentOS

" sync="false" path="." mode="write" />   <locking version-check="true" />   <processing cache="64mb

ObjectDB Enincompatible with Quarkus?

="100mb" /> <recording enabled="false" sync="false" path="." mode="write" /> <locking

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

Sample JDO Architecture for Follow Up Questions

about this proposed architecture: "Where Does ObjectDB Block/Lock?" "How Should I Configure objectdb.conf

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

Best practise loading big data

that is somehow locked. Closing the entitiy manager should free the memory - but freeing no longer objects

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