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Failed to write the value of field using reflection (error 363) on LAZY fetch

Hi There I am using ObjectDB 2.6.3. I get the following Exception when I try to read my entities with a query where I have set to use LAZY initalization. It fails when it tries to set a 1:n member (e ... hints? The Mapping of class Modell and its member: @Entity class Modell { ... @OneToMany(fetch
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Failing to read entities under load in multithreaded tests

() {         return version;     } } @Entity @Indices({ @Index(members={"oidId", "type"}), @Index(members={"parentAcl"}) }) public class TestEntity extends TestIdHolder {     private static
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Index on map key

(members={"map.key"})     public static class MyEntity {         MyEntity(Collection map ... . a collection of a key-value embeddable objects. An index on the key is defined using @Index(members
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Internationalization

be necessary, instead we could use maps for the international members and provide a map entry for each ... -language members where for example the long description would be even stored as a rather long HTML code
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LEFT JOIN FETCH over empty embedded collection returns no results

First of all, thank you for promptly implementing JOIN FETCH over nested paths in response to my inquiry a few months ago. However, I have run into one problem: if an embedded collection is empty, but I attempt to LEFT JOIN FETCH all the members of a collection within a (non-existent) member
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New to Product & Having An Issue

have a domain object class Called Department, which has a member of type DomainId.  DomainId has two member fields:  String accountId and String objectId.  The following code shows these two classes
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Problem witch CriteriaBuilder isMember(..)

MEMBER with embedded objects. great, it works :-) I have to admit your support is really excellent. best ... against a list, wich has different members, but the same size.  List uid1_list = .. new
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Searching lists within objects

> attributeList = new ArrayList(); } @Entity @Unique(members={"type","value"}) class ... ). An alternative solution is to use embedded objects: @Entity @Index(members={"attributeList.type
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ObjectDB version 2.3.4

Version 2.3.4 Added OSGi support. Added support of MEMBER OF for inverse (mapped by) collections. Changed logging of incomplete recovery records from WARNING to TRACE  (issue #565). Changed main configuration elements from required to optional. Fixed the "Negative snapshot user count" bug (issue
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ObjectDB version 2.6.5

in MEMBER OF queries on embedded objects. Fixed a bug in querying indexed nested embedded objects