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Database access error , Doctor hanging on trying to repair, production shutdown at our biggest customer

we have a database shutdown, logs are showing: [2017-07-10 21:07:23 #1 store] Database 'F:\Hummingbird\Objectdb\db\coreSystemDb.odb' is opened by 11028@wzbhb101 [2017-07-10 21:07:23 #2 server] Server on port 3333 has started by 11028@wzbhb101 [2017-07-14 07:08:38 #3 store] SectionClassifier

Spring + Maven + persitence.xml

started the server on port 6136. Did not figured out how to create an empty db! Then I updated

log entry and massive performance issues

objectdb in our application in embedded mode -- open explorer and connect via embedded server port 3333

Jboss 6 persistence.xml startup error

to use port 8080). The default ObjectDB home directory is the deploy directory: the default ObjectDB

Errors in log to repprt

server] Server on port 3333 has started by 18440@wzbhb101 [2019-09-27 09:49:08 #5 store

Can't open replicated database

I have a database running in server mode on port 6136 on server1 and server2. Each server has a replicated copy of the other servers database. I try to open the replicated on one database for a query (just read, no update) but it fails with the error below. The code I'm using is (user & password

Query results are not up to date for entities, not primitives

arrays="false" />   port="6136" max="100

OutofMemory error with Object DB 2.0

port="6136" max="100" />

Possible issue for default id generator

to ease porting applications from other JPA providers to ObjectDB a default should be provided in

ObjectDB 2.6.0

classes with is (boolean) persistent properties (issue #1561). Fixed porting to Java 8 of database

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