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Strange behaviour with ORDER BY and IN

implements Serializable {     @Id     private String id;         private String town;     public

JBOSS AS7 7.1.1 - Entity not persisted and createNamedQuery fire exception

implements Serializable, Comparable<Guest> { .. @Stateless @TransactionManagement

Error opening database with ObjectDB Explorer when using composite key

Serializable { private String id; private String channel; ..... ENTITY: @Entity

Duplicate Entity class names causes Exception in Query

= "SELECT COUNT(x) FROM Item x") }) public class Singleton implements Serializable { public

Why can't we persist an object with a field of type EnumMap in ObjectDB?

Hi, Is there a reason why we can't persist an object with a field of type EnumMap in ObjectDB? but it works fine for fields like = HashMap<EnumType,Double> Thanks EKK EKK Emmanuel Keskes You can persist any Serializable type if you enable this ability in the configuration. But using this feature

GWT RPC is throwing serialization exception when I have object db date value

to track changes. It implements java.io.Serializable but probably this is not sufficient for GWT

Database Inconsistency or corruption

implements Serializable, metamodel.IValue { @javax.persistence.Id @javax.persistence.GeneratedValue

How to pass a list in query for a list field of entity.

I have a entity as bellow :- @Entity @Table(name = "agent") public class Agent implements Serializable { @Id @GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.AUTO) private Long Id; private List<SocialMedia> SocialMedias; public Agent() { } public Long

Attempt to store an instance of a non persistable type java.net.URL

ObjectDB supports persisting serializable types, so it should also support URL. This ability is disabled

objectdb-2.6.9_06: Extended Persistence Context fails: 'Attempt to begin a new transaction when a transaction is active'

(The classes all implement Serializable where necessary, via a common inherited logging service class

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