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Eager Fetch is not stable for collection or map types?

)     private List<Player> members = new ArrayList<Player>();     ....... } @Embeddable

Navigation and Parameters

Greetings ObjectDB team, Suppose I pass a List of persistent objects to some query as a parameter, can I navigate to those objects' fields ? E.g.: SELECT x FROM ClassX x WHERE x.a IS MEMBER OF :y.b Thank You ! geekox86 Mohannad AlAwad You cannot navigate from a collection of objects to a field in

c.o.jpa.type.EntityTypeImpl.getIdType() returns null

the debugger is i can see this member m_idType is null type EntityTypeImpl<X> (id=57) m_attrMap

UserException: Package com.example.model is not found by the enhancer

object member variables rather than getters and setters. I think if you use the @Warning annotation

collection of embedded objects

both the entity class field and the embedded class field, e.g.: @Entity @Index(members={"setOfB

alter table

the Meta still has two sets of members, see the attachment! TIA gzdillon Lai Yang The new issue

Nested Collection Query

Hi Sir, I have a persisted field of the type: List<List<String>> groupMembers How do I check if a particular member exist in one of the group? snoopydoghk Ka Leung Nesting a collection directly in another collection, although supported by ObjectDB, is not valid in JPA. Accordingly the JPA query

wrong query result

of fields (Content-Members) is changed alternately (48/49, 51/52), which indicates that different

TYE NullPointerException

) and could not recreate the problem. I've now added a FetchType of EAGER to the member to ensure a load

Exception upon index definition change

Hello, I have the following types: @Embeddable public class ChangeSetRef {     private long   index;     private String role; } @Index (members = {"refs.role", "refs.index"}) @Entity public class ChangeSet {     @ElementCollection     private Collection<ChangeSetRef> refs

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