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Composite index support collection

(probably with a restriction of one collection). support Support Hello, yes, one collection

Embedded & Activation & Scalation

so we can avoid the single-process restriction though still have multiple processes to avoid a SPOF? Yes, the OEM

Error 990... and then new version?

I was about to post (here, since the provided url is restricted), I noticed there was a new release

InternalException when reading a HashMap

are also corrupt. thamal Tomas Hamal > Is this wanted behaviour? Indeed it seems restrictive. We plan

@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

Async query ObjectDb

a separate EntityManager for that thread. Stopping a running query is not supported but restricting execution time is supported. support Support

Session lost

It may be a firewall restriction. If it is, specifying inactivity timeout in ObjectDB configuration may solve the problem. support Support

Multi-tenant capability with hierarchies

entity class that all the other entity classes inherit from). Every query should restrict retrieval

Best practice: Database update/migration of embedded databases in products

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

Internal objectdb exception when using different language on a machine

database. The sub database contains only a restricted schema, here we have the only one not

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