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Efficient query on EmbeddedId

@Indices({@Index(members = {"id.field2"})}) or do I have to duplicate entity.id.field2 into entity
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Using Enum type in NamedQuery: Field is not found in type

I'm trying to switch an application that worked fine in Hibernate to ObjectDB and am having issues with queries that reference enum types. On my entity object is a static enum public static enum Type {     A,B,C } that is stored in an @Enumerated member variable private Type type
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Get multiple entities by Id

I'm trying to fetch a list of entities, by their Id. I Use this query: SELECT c FROM User c WHERE c.id IN :ids This querey works as long as I don't set the property "id" as @Id. If i set @Id to any other member, this query works, if I set id as @Id, it stops working and gives zero results
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Performance issue in a query due to compareTo calls

, cascade = CascadeType.REMOVE) private Values valuesRef; } @Index (members = {"step.stepNumber
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Navigation through Path to evaluate collection

"+        "WHERE item.sku =: key "+        "OR id MEMBER OF :item.apiId.identifier "+        "ORDER BY item
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@OneToOne query issue with OR and IS NULL

is the owner. Now I persisted 2 entities of type A. In the first one, the member "another" is null... in
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Composite Index error 328

( { @javax.jdo.annotations.Index(members = {"id","pwd","access"}) } ) public class
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@Column( name = "columnName") doesn't work

like member defined in class id, timestamp, keyDescriptor, dataItems, codedDataBlock, level
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query.getResultList() throws ClassCastException

I modified the example code to include an index on the Point class like so: @Index(members={"x","y"}) Then when I run the following query: TypedQuery<Point> query = em.createQuery("SELECT p FROM Point p where p.x <= :x and p.y >= :y", Point.class); I get the exception at the end. I do not
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Sort of very large objects - out of memory

    @Index(members={"priority", "createTime"})     public static class Message { If there is an index

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