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Calendar in Criteria Querys

();         System.out.println(results.size());         CriteriaQuery query = cb.createQuery ... ()).getResultList();         System.out.println(results.size());         em.close();         emf.close

Can't get arraylist/vector type attributes

the entitymanager I write something like vector.size() or I print it's size or I do anything with the vector

Fetching Collections Puzzle

to Eager, the children field of all my retrieved nodes are of size zero When I declare the FetchType as ... empty - but as soon as your application accesses its content (e.g. by invocation of the size method

"where in" query

();         System.out.println("Result Size: " + results.size());         em.close();         emf.close

Query filter comparing Dates

Hi, I am using an indexed java.util.Date field in my Entity and I came across some weird behaviour in query filters comparing this Date field. Could You please clarify why are there zero-size result collections in the first pack of queries and non-zero size results in the second pack ? I

ObjectDB eclipse plugin

that is added to my application that currently has 15 eclipse plugins. The size of objectdb.jar is 1.29 MB ( times 15 = 19.35Mb!) - a significant increase in size. With a single eclipse plugin I only objectdb

JBOSS AS7 7.1.1 - Entity not persisted and createNamedQuery fire exception

Guest count: " + guests.size() );   return guests;     } } I get an exception when I want to use ... () );    final List<Guest> guests =  query.getResultList();    if ( guests.size() > 0 ) guest = guests

Merge with Parent/Child entities not possible

.assertEquals(4, parentEntity.getChildren().size());   entityManager.getTransaction().begin ... .refresh(parentEntity);   Assert.assertEquals(1, parentEntity.getChildren().size()); } } wua Andreas

Query results are not up to date for entities, not primitives

="64mb" />   <network inactivity-timeout="0" />   <url-history size="50" user="true" password ... >   <size initial="131072kb" resize="131072kb" page="2kb" />   <recovery enabled="true" sync

[ObjectDB 2.5.6_05] Unexpected exception (Error 990)

space. Please try to increase the size of the JVM heap or change the configuration to use less heap size. support Support

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