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Index on map key

();     }     @Entity     @Index(members={"map.key"})     public static class MyEntity {         MyEntity(Collection ... @Index(members={"map.key"}). Running this example with and without the index definition shows that performance with index is better. support Support

Exception after update of indices of Entity class

: @Indices ({     @Index (members = {"recurrence.recurringEvent"}),     @Index (members = {"relations

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


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

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

Searching lists within objects

<Attribute> attributeList = new ArrayList<Attribute>(); } @Entity @Unique(members={"type","value ... (more efficient). An alternative solution is to use embedded objects: @Entity @Index(members

can removing an entity throw an exception if the entity is in use?

WHERE a = b.a OR a MEMBER OF b.list ... The query will have to be adjusted to your specific model ... b FROM B b WHERE :a = b.a OR :a MEMBER OF b.list ... support Support

Saving custom list which implements java.util.List fails

the list-members to a list A whatever of kind (maybe objectDB-intern) - It then gets the list B

Problem with Composite indices

Hi, I want to realize the following: I have 2 classes, one Client class which looks like: public class Client { @Index (unique = "true") private String name; } and a User class which looks like: @Index (members = {"client", "emails"}) public class User { private Client client

ObjectDB 2.6.5

method names. Fixed a bug in retrieving pure time values (java.sql.Time). Fixed a bug in MEMBER

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