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InternalException when reading a HashMap

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

TemporalType injection with Calendar using JPA

are more restrictive, as explained on the primary key page. Probably Calendar may be supported in

Embedded & Activation & Scalation

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

@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

Cross-platform license

My activation code works fine on my computer Ubuntu but fails on the same machine if I boot into Windows 8. Is the activation code restricted to an operating system? Would I lose it's use if I upgraded Ubuntu at some point? sjzlondon Steve Zara You should be able to use your license with different

Opensource ObjectDB

will not have the exact restrictions that the free edition of ObjectDB 2.0 has, and more customers

java.lang.ClassCastException in OSGi runtime when loading data from DB

singleResult; } Is there a solution to this problem? I'm not sure if restricting the use of the Entity class

Composite index support collection

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

OEM enhancing

they should be enhanced to avoid the restriction of one million instances in the database (on end user machines). support Support

Spring LTW Problem

.java:722) If i don't want AspectJ to weave some class i can restrict it in aop.xml. Maybe

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