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Composite Index error 328

Hi , when i try to use this entity as shown below: package persistence.jpa.models; import javax.jdo.annotations.Indices; import javax.persistence.*; import java.io.Serializable; import java.sql.Date; import java.util.Objects; @Entity @Table(name = "usrlist", schema = "posts

newbie - lots of exeptions

? Are there recent schema changes in that class or class hierarchy? Are there additional stack trace lines in the log (the root cause is missing)? support Support

ObjectDB version 2.1 has been released

objects. Fixed a schema evolution bug when adding a new super entity class. support Support

Database size is much larger than expected (x2)

I store images into objectdb. The schema is : <URI>::=(<sUrl>, <cMark>, <iSize>, <baBody>, <id>) <sUrl>::=String <cMark>::=char <iSize>::=int <baBody>::=byte[] <id>::=@ID So simple a class will fail after 155,648 insertions with -Xmx1432m, ... NO = 151552 @ 8042217472 id = 0 @ 7703244276

Indexing a field results in internal Exception

. If you are working in client-server mode, you should try to restart the server after schema change

objectdb.conf Information

only. Only the <schema> element is currently optional but maybe other elements should become optional

Enum fields are set to null and embeddable enum class does not show in explorer

lost in the schema. Could this be the case because the enum type has the same name as the interface


? Could you describe their schema, and particularly the primary key in use? The relevant activity in your test

Allow removal of entity class from ObjectDB & Explorer

adds support of deleting classes in the Explorer. An obsolete class can be selected in the Schema

Error reading UTF string (Serialized Objects in Explorer)

of this type in the explorer (by right clicking the type in the Schema tab and selecting Open Tree Window

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