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Attempt to refresh a non managed entity object (error 635)

, am noticing a few weird things in my tests, for example, managed, but objects surviving a rollback. Pretty

Entity has be persistended,but query not fetched?

().rollback();         em.close();         emf.close();     }         @Entity     static final class

Not able to update records

you had propably to rollback your transaction, to discard all changes made to the database. Stefan Stefan

ClassCastException on closing PersistenceManager

().rollback();    }     this.persistenceManager.close();   } } It looks like it's related

NullPointerException while setting a new property value

{ if (em.getTransaction().isActive()) em.getTransaction().rollback(); em

Removing an entity throws exception

.getTransaction().commit();     }     catch (Exception e) {      em.getTransaction().rollback

EntityTransaction.commit() does not release a pessimistic lock

It appears that EntityTransaction.commit() does not release a pessimistic lock -> test code below. I tried it in with the current (2.7.6_01) and older versions (2.6.9, 2.5.7, 2.4.7) with the same result. (side note: EntityTransaction.rollback() releases it correctly) // Account.java package

Unexpected exception (Error 990)

(); } finally { if (transaction.isActive()) { transaction.rollback(); } } "repository

ObjectDB 2.5.0

Added support of nested paths in JOIN FETCH. Added support of persisting collections and maps of user defined types. Added support of Google (Guava) collections. Added support of inheritance of ID fields. Added support of disabling detachment on rollback in JPA. Added support of using entity

java 8 LocalDateTime is not working in query

standard, I get an rollback caused by this exception: com.objectdb.o.UserException: Attempt to store

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