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data protection method in ObjectDB Embedded Mode

I am new in ObjectDB and i need to understand How is data protection in ObjectDB Embedded Mode without using username or password thanks choymns choymns The way to keep an ObjectDB database encrypted is simply to store it on an encrypted drive. Modern operating systems support encryption

Unable to execute update query

.password", "admin");         EntityManagerFactory emf =                 Persistence

100% CPU when using multiple BETWEEN

: public, Password: public support Support On your FTP server now as SystemDB.zip. We created

Objectdb Server Mode set up with glassfish

.password" value="admin"/>      </properties>    </persistence-unit> </persistence> support Support

Check for index existence ?

-history size="50" user="true" password="true" /> <log path="/var/lib/tomcat7/logs/objectdb" max="8mb

Out of memory

OK. You can use FTP to upload large files: Host: objectdb.com, Username: public, Password: public

A distinguished Name for server or explorer is good for maintaining!

;password=admin"); java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError at src.run.testNodes.<clinit>(testNodes

log entry and massive performance issues

Zwicker you can find the database on hummingbird-systems.com, login with user/password your db name

ObjectDB 2.1.0

. Added support of url arguments (";user=admin;password=admin"). Changed default to NonTransactionalWrite

Page #9 entry 0 (key 'bjjl') has 75 extra bytes / Unexpected last index ID: -119 (expected -116)

Lorenz Seems to depend on the calculated values for password and salt in the code. lorenz2304

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