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Selective merge/cascade of detatched entity

for the interest. I've uploaded the source to the example, it just needs compiling. Main is the class

Annotations not supported in -source1.3 (use -source 5 or higher ..)

Netbeans and copied the points package over into it, and added the objectdb.jar library and it compiled

Enhancement from gradle build file

Just wondering if it's possible to add enhancement in the gradle build file after compilation? an example of this, for an IntelliJ gradle based project would be very helpful. David dmoshal David Moshal The following seems to work: task enhance(type: JavaExec) {   main = 'com.objectdb.Enhancer

Possible issue for JPQL IN expression

when executing the query. Using a parameter is also more efficient because the query can be compiled

Project runs in Eclipse but not when exported to runnable jar

the build path, and are present in the compiled file, as is the test GliderCalcs.odb file created by

ClassNotFoundException messages in the log file

.QRR.e(QRR.java:86) at com.objectdb/com.objectdb.jdo.JdoQuery.compile(JdoQuery.java:728) at com

Should I be able to persist a JFrame (or gui components in general)?

, it all compiles, but I get a runtime error-- Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-0" java.lang.ClassFormatError

Feature suggestion: auto-detection of entities via persistence.xml extension

to the EntityManager whether one performs compile-time enhancement or runtime enhancement ? That is, does

ObjectDB 2.3.5

compilation (issue #599). Fixed an enhancement bug in reading special fields. Fixed map type parameters

ObjectDB 2.3.3

Improved compilation performance of OR queries with many elements. Fixed eager fetch of maps and nested embedded objects. Fixed a bug in removing a new flushed entity object before first commit (issue #562). Fixed a NullPointerException in accessing inverse (mapped by) collection fields

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