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Evaluation License

) under a restriction of maximum 10 entity classes and one million entity objects per database file ... on the license page. Larger companies are required to purchase a license to remove this restrictions. Anyway, you need a license key to remove this restriction. support Joined on 2010-05-03 User Post
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exceeds evaluation limit Exception

can also be used freely (including commercially) under a restriction of maximum 10 entity classes ... to purchase a license to remove this restrictions. Anyway, you need a license key to remove this restriction
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collection of embedded objects

1. In general, are there any restrictions of the use of @Embedded objects in collections, compared to @Entity? 2. If you have a large nested collection of @Embedded objects, and you remove the parent ... restrictions (except the ordinary limitations of embedded objects). Use the @ElementCollection
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Free ObjecDB license for Open Source project

$. Also we can't restrict ourselves for 10 entities :).   So I wonder if it's possible to gain some kind of less restrictive ObjectDB license for Open Source project.  Thank you for your answer.   I
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Free version limitation and upgrading

the license is that possible without new Installation? greetz The free edition has a restriction ... the restrictions with no need to upgrade the database or the code. ah thank you for the explanation, i
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how to query by properties of onetomany relations? (Error 990)

very useful. 1. Are there any restrictions on the depth of nested collections? ie. "SELECT count(f ... are marked @Embedded instead of @Entity? Thanks! Regarding the new syntax - there is no restriction
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persistence.xml classes not respected by ObjectDB

to respect the restrictions. I had to delete the elements in the development db, then upload ... seems to do not respect the restriction when a fresh DB is created (created when the application starts
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@Unique member combination not working

Why does the below code not enforce unique restrictions?   Person @Entity @Unique(members = {"name", "surname"}) public class Person implements Serializable {     @Id     @GeneratedValue     private Integer id;     private String name;     private String surname; public Integer
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Async query ObjectDb

for that thread. Stopping a running query is not supported but restricting execution time is supported. Teleca
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Best practice: Database update/migration of embedded databases in products

callback (if not null). If conversion is restricted to V1.0 -> V1.1 and V1.1 -> V2.0, but not V1.0