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PostUpdate on array changes

is whether it is possible to track changes to lists of primitives? dmoshal David Moshal Hmm, digging into this some ... is whether it is possible to track changes to lists of primitives? Yes. > objectdb.conf file was no longer being found in

PersistenceException: Failed to locate field

Hi, have recently been running into this issue when changing the schema: com.objectdb.o._PersistenceException: Failed to locate field in this case, adding a primitive String field to an Entity ... field, shouldn't the policy be to add a null in that field, or other default for that primitive


object is not required - a primitive long field is more efficient), but usually the difference is not

Changes in detach behaviour?

version 2.3.4 then the output is "username". I think lazy fetching of primitive fields is a bit

Adding EntityListener Throws Unexpected Internal Exception

)     private SomeClass someClass;     ... Setter/Getter, Map, Enum & other primitive fields

Efficient query on EmbeddedId

: is there any insert/query performance difference between defining an index on a primitive field or

Objectdb ignores not null annotations

or primitive) not nullable... Regards vachagan Vachagan Please see the answer in this forum thread. support Support

ObjectDB 2.4.2

temporary object clearing). Fixed the Explorer to show null values in primitive fields (unset ... cascading through embedded objects. Fixed a bug in clearing persistent properties of primitive types

NullPointerException when using multithreading

primitive integers in its map. However it will also be used to store String, and Joda DateTime

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