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Error using query with MAX() function

I have a class that is persisting a Entity that holds remarks and a time. Then when I query for the latest remark I get a internal error when the remark is larger than 1966 chars. Here is a test class and entity that reproduces the problem on my system. @Entity @Table(name = "TestEntity", schema

IDs of Entities suddenly became UUIDs?

Maybe quasado can provide up to date information about this problem. Possibly there was a schema

InternalError on query of empty database

the database about its current schema? Thanks P. pedwards Paul Edwards Sure. Usually a more appropriate

Explorer in 2.3

am interested in a specific piece of data that I will search for. The Schema tab, on the other hand, is quite

Update Entity references if we change the type of an entity

, unfortunately it seems that we cannot provide a quick implementation of this type of automatic schema

Join query problem with new statetment

. This might be caused by a schema change that is not fully supported. For example - changing

ObjectDB 2.5.1

Added support of editing enum values in the Explorer. Added logging of type registration. Added error message when using mapped by (inverse) collections and maps of invalid types. Changed JOIN FETCH to act as LEFT JOIN in path expressions. Updated the PDF manual. Fixed a possible deadlock on Schema

NullPointerException in __odbGetNumMember

that it has to do with enhancement? quasado Alexander Adam It may also be related to schema evolution. Can you post

combined index not used

.temp.no-schema-upgrade", "true"); EntityManagerFactory emf

ObjectDB 2.6.8

Added JPA XML validation schema files to Maven/JEE objectdb.jar. Added automatic release of pessimistic locks on client-server connection failure. Fixed an OptimisticLockException bug on commit after flushing a removed modified entity object. Fixed a NullPointerExeption on new index building. Fixed

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