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Possible issue with String fields

to commit transaction: String index out of range: 5 (error 613) at com.objectdb.jpa.EMImpl.commit ... .StringIndexOutOfBoundsException: String index out of range: 5 at java.lang.String.charAt(String.java:695) at com.objectdb

virtual servers and one file

a simple test database with a continuous range of simple numeric IDs). If you want to cover indexes as

Composite Index error 328

ObjectDB in the future as it may be useful for some range queries. support Support

About LIMIT and OFFSET as query tokens

Thanks you in advance mgarciat Miguel In JPA you specify a result range using setFirstResult and setMaxResults. support Support Thanks you!!! mgarciat Miguel

Failed to read DB file while online backup is running

order to explore this issue, including range of affected ObjectDB versions. support Support I finally

Grouping by date()

the 0-23 range. support Support Thanks for the fix. New version works well. lwalkowski Lukasz Walkowski

Option or strategy to disable/skip runtime enhancement checks (to improve load time)?

On startup of a Maven-based web app there is verbose logging of object checking whether enhancement has been applied to a wide range of classes, many of which have nothing to do with the entity layer. For example, it is checking whether PrimeFaces JSF toolkit classes are enhanced. I am using Maven

Problem with 'where' and date()

Hi, Today I was playing with some date-range queries in explorer and found a small problem. When you try to use queries like this: SELECT o from TestObject o where o.date > :someDate where o.date is java.util.Date, 'where' doesn't work as it should. Results are not filtered by date

Changing Primary Key

I have a "Table" that currently has @Id private String userId; @Id private long range; private String someOtherField; I need to add a @Id to someOtherField. But when I add that, and query the table all the PK fields are null or 0. What can I do to modify primary keys

InternalException during producer/consumer scenario

) The consumer can select the "next" object based on a range of potentially complex criteria. 2

Getting Started

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Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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