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Removing entity class

ObjectDB database, in order to make space for new entity? Thank you in advance for any answer. Best

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

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Problems with Tutorials » JPA Web App (Tomcat) » NetBeans JPA Web App

, and thank you in advance, Alan alacalcas Alan Alan, Wow so i just spaced out on my previous post. I

OutofMemory error with Object DB 2.0

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Is it ok to put list or map of embeddable objects in entity ?

. Since there is no separate space allocation for the collection or its elements - every time the entity object is stored

unable to connect to remote server using VPN

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Online Backup in client-server mode

Hello, we have issue with online-backup when using client-server mode. It seems, that it is working the following way. When we run the backup, server is creating tmp file for whole database and then copying it to the target location. So it takes twice as long and consumes twice storage space

Extended mapping-definitions

what objectDB calls the space to save entities), called 'MetaClass'. And so apples and oranges gets

Allow removal of entity class from ObjectDB & Explorer

it, thus to get space for another one. Currently, we are not able to do that, which is frustrating. We're

Database File Encryption

). Still, this can be a nice to have feature in some applications. support Support Our company works in the healthcare space

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