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failure to enforce NOT NULL for java.lang.String

is wiped out by `mvn clean` so i am certain a schema change is taking effect. running `mvn test` twice

Queries are slow on a large database

Rebuilding indexes with the Doctor is a bit tricky, because you have to verify that the new schema

Modifying something with Explorer -> app JPQL with Enum doesn't work anymore

the schema as defined in the odb file). Please try to remember if you might have changed your enum

Broken @ManyToOne reference

spec says nothing whether such situations are allowed or forbidden. Unfortunately, in my schema

ObjectDB version 2.2 has been released

database corruption bug (issue #187). Fixed a critical bug in schema evolution of modified ancestor

queries under 2.7.6_4 significantly slower than under 2.7.6

) it may help identifying a pattern and finding a solution. If the schema and indexes are the same or similar

NPE at com.objectdb.jpa.JpaQuery.getResultList

out for its recurrence. longpat Brian O'Hare Maybe the server was still running. Schema changes requires

Collection update does not increase entity version and is not persisted

an issue in tracking changes to a collection in an object of an old schema, in which the collection

ObjectDB 2.7.2_x Doctor Yields "Index Requires Rebuild" Always

you (because 2.7.2_05 release notes state "Fixed a bug in schema evolution of indexes.") ... I

ObjectDB 2.2.0

recording). Fixed a critical database structure bug (issue #187). Fixed a critical bug in schema evolution

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