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enhancement issue

, so you have to specify a destination path for writing the enhanced classes as class files (using -d), and of course you have to make sure that the path is included in the application classpath before

Get list of database files

. You can also get the File (or directory) of a specific path on the server using: File root = Utilities.getServerFileSystem(                     host, port, username, password, path, false); support Support

Problem with @UniqueConstraint

[] args) { int r = (int)(Math.random() * 1000000); String PATH = "c:\\temp ... .createEntityManagerFactory(PATH); EntityManager em = emf.createEntityManager(); em.getTransaction

High memory consumption even after close() of EntityManagerFactory

EmbeddedSystems Addendum: With the configuration <temp path = "$ temp" threshold = "1mb" /> is the byte

run several embedded systems on one server, problem with double used port

that case you should be able to specify a port to be used when you open a database in the url/path

Compare old and new schema

in the class path allows objectdb to retrieve the data model as it is in the database file

Problem with Composite indices

@web.de", Client "b"->User "d@web.de"). No I get the exception: Invalid index path 'emails' in type

Problem Using Reflection

(you have to enhance all the classes in an entity inheritance path or none). If you do not use enhancement

Error using query with MAX() function

.createQuery(); Root r = q.from(TestEntity.class); Path c = r.get("changeDate

Objects are not garbage collected

It is unclear from these images if there are paths of strong references from root objects

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