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Question about overriding default equals and hashcode

.g. in the Explorer). If JAXB adds fields to your classes, their names and types are stored in the ObjectDB schema. xirt
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Replication error - parsing objectdb config

attribute was removed in the last version but the old XML schema validation was integrated into
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Source control of database

Hi, I'm new with ObjectDB. I want to know how I can evolve my model, adding new fields, new classes, perform refactors between versions, etc... There is something like http://www.liquibase.org that can I use over ObjectDB? Found! http://www.objectdb.com/java/jpa/entity/schema   Sorry, and thanks! betoneto.tbo
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Unable to persist fields in subclass

(); em.close(); emf.close(); } } Using Explorer, I can see the schema
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Unexpected exception (Error 990)

) at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source) Currently schema changes require restarting the server
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Unexpected exception (Error 990) on find

@Table(schema="ebene1") public class MyEntity { protected static final int ATTR_LAENGE
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Unexpected internal exception during set field of an Embeddable to null

. Assuming that there may have been a schema change since that enhancement rebuilding the project
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Update Entity references if we change the type of an entity

of automatic schema evolution at the moment, as critical parts of ObjectDB currently require references to include the exact type of the referred object. btc_es
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Using ObjectDB with JDBC (in similar way with JPA 2)

Using JDBC, I can use a String to create the schema of a table: String sql = "CREATE TABLE REGISTRATION " + "(id INTEGER not NULL, " + " first VARCHAR(255), " + " last VARCHAR(255), " + " age INTEGER, " + " PRIMARY
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Vs. EHCache

Hi, I realize this is kind of like an apples vs. oranges comparison, but I would be interested if you have any performance information vs. something like ehcache with a persistent store. I'm currently evaluating for a simple schema to persist only 1 or 2 types of entities (but possibly 10k-100k