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Handling "is null" in where clause

. It's working perfectly well now. Thanks for very quick fix. lwalkowski Lukasz Walkowski

Possible issue with Spring JPA and Embedded

;     } support Support Thanks for the quick response... thats got it!! pedwards Paul Edwards

JPA Configuration without persistance.xml

-unit#Managed_Persistable_Classes And wasn't sure. I appreciate the quick reply! Phil obiphil Philip Clapham

Add Indexes to existing Database

Stocker Hi, Please see this page as well as this configuration setting. Regards, support Support many thanks for the quick response Arne Arne Stocker

Can't get arraylist/vector type attributes

). See also "objectdb.temp.no-detach" as a possible quick workaround. support Support Loading it eagerly worked Unknown unknown

Exception when dataset bigger than treshold

and temporary files are created correctly. Thanks for quick fix - as always :) lwalkowski Lukasz Walkowski

using DbUnit with ObjectDb

? If you do - this could be served for a quick initial implementation of this feature (hopefully in days), which later

Spring 2.5 LocalContainerEntityManagerFactoryBean, no getSharedCacheMode()

you very much for the quick build, I'm impressed by ObjectDB and the support. purecharger Ryan

Method Invocation On All Entities

). support Support Thanks for the quick reply. I've annotated a method with the PreRemove annotation

javax.jdo.JDONullIdentityException: The identity must not be null.

. support Support Thank you for the quick fix. Replaced the library already, and will report

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