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Schema migration - long to String

Hi, I need to change field type in our model from long to String. After changing filed type in our model and repairing database with doctor, most of our entities is gone. Doctor puts some errors ... the left panel. After repairing from this state with doctor, almost 53k records was gone from

SelfTest and com.objectdb.Doctor

errors we would like to repair the database and/or inform the customer. So it would be very helpful

Problem with distinct select, order by and equivalent alias/attribute path

this is more complex. Which library generates these queries? It would probably be better to repair that library

Database(*.odb) file size on disk

the only way to make the database file smaller is to run the ObjectDB doctor in repair mode (i.e

Vacuum - Reclaiming Unused Space In Odb

to reclaim it. You may be able to get a vacuum effect by running the Doctor in repair mode. The new

Embedded in JDO metadata not working in objectDB 2.x ?

for the query) and then back to embeddable. Alternatively, probably running the Doctor in repair mode

DBDoctor BTree Errors

Hello, we ran the db doctor on a database. What does the following errors mean? Do we have to repair the database? BTree Value Errors ------------------ [1] com.btc.ep.architecture.bl.internal.dmos ... , to be on the safe side, you may want to use the Doctor to repair the database file. support Support

DISTINCT key causing internal exception on 2.6.4.b10

an incomplete repair of another issue in build 2.6.4_09. Version 2.6.5 should work well. support Support

InternalException in Database Doctor

Database Doctor has thrown an InternalException right after starting to diagnose or repair my DB file. The version of the Doctor used was 2.6.9_06. The stacktrace below: Scanning the database file... .Exception in thread "ODB IndexActivation" [ObjectDB 2.6.9_06] Unexpected exception (Error 990

[ObjectDB 2.3.7_25] Unexpected exception (Error 990)

fix (in build 2.4.0_03) should also handle repair mode. However, the Doctor doesn't fix these 2

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