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Changing existing objects from Entity to Embedded

Hi, I realised that I have a mistake (from application logic point of view) in one of my JDO metadata files: <jdo> <package name="my.example.package">     <class name="InnerSettings">    <field name="attributes" embedded="true">     <map embedded-key="true" embedded-value="true

Spring Transactions (@Transactional) within ObjectDB

the lookup is also part of same transaction so it should be aware of the persisted object. The logic

Query Method NullPointerException on List iteration


Query results are not up to date for entities, not primitives

detail all the code of generic functions, but a piece of logic is this: private void root(Class<?> type

Measurement of the test coverage of enhanced classes

Hello, our Entities contains logic that we need to test. Therefore we have unit tests for all our entities. We build and test our components with Jenkins-CI. We want to test that what we release to our customers. Therefore we think we need to test the enhanced classes. But that distorts our test

Update is ignored by ObjectDB

) client, they both implement same game logic, but Flash has a way different getter/setter syntax. Using

One transaction or two?

synchronization logic to ensure that each thread had its own Persistence Manager. Is the act

Java 9 support

you for the detailed answers. Your approach is clear and very logical. As a result of your initiative

Can't modify @EmbeddedId in ObjectDB Explorer

, rather than writing special logic when you need just a small modification. It's a habit from RDBMS

Problem using "and" for joined entities and indexed fields

; but if you can't use these fields in logical expressions like "and" is a big problem. Netzverb Andreas

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