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Unexpected exception (Error 990)

) at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source) zmirc Mircea Chirac Currently schema changes require

Is persistence version 2.1 supported?

seem to like version 2.x persitence.xml schema .. --> <persistence version="2.1" xmlns="http://xmlns.jcp.org

@AttributeOverrides , and postgresql + own TYPE

even if i wanted to. In structure of DB is this. -- -- Name: address; Type: TYPE; Schema: artio; Owner

em.flush(); em.clear(); loosing data and not persisting managed objects

.persistence.Lob; import javax.persistence.Table; @Entity @Table(name = "TestEntity", schema

Problem with @OrderBy

When I use @OrderBy and supply multiple order fields I get and error when ObjectDB Explorer expands a instance of the entity. Example code: @Entity @Table(name="Defects", schema = "myDB") public class Defects implements Serializable {     ...     ...     @OneToMany(mappedBy="defect

OutOfMemoryError on search after update on DB created with DB Doctor

DB Doctor in recovery mode to generate a recovered DB file. No schema (and index) changes - just

First persist takes long time

are only required for a new entity type (e.g. analyzing and persisting the type schema, allocating

mappedSuperClass and subClass Duplicates

When I subclass a mappedSuperClass, a table for both appears in the Explorer. Am I correct to expect that only the subclass appear? If so, please provided any clues for a remedy. Thanks ... billdotnet Bill The super class is shown in the Explorer to enable viewing its schema and to enable opening

ObjectDB 2.3.5

display in the Explorer schema window. Fixed merging a new entity object with application set primary key.

Unexpected exception (Error 990) on find

of my entity look now like this: @Entity @Table(schema="ebene1") public class MyEntity

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