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Performance with large databases

should these be about the same speed? Retrieval by ID is expected to be faster, because it enables direct
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Query perfromance problem

this issue. Fix works perfectly well. The difference in speed is really huge. Thanks for the fix. lwalkowski
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Selective merge/cascade of detatched entity

. It is ultimately the speed of these two use cases that will decide whether objectdb is worth the investment
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Should I use ObjectDB and JDO?

it might be faster than JPA... ObjectDB has the same speed whether you use JPA or JDO. > I don't
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Slow searching with two indexes

limited to (say) 10 results. Is there any obvious way to speed up this querying?  Taking minutes is not
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Strange behaviour with ORDER BY and IN

Hi, after trying out objectdb for a while now and being quite impressed by its speed and overall performance I noticed a strange behaviour where an ORDER BY - directive isn't executed as it should be (and usually is, except in this special combination-case). Ordering seems to be ignored if we order
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TimeSeries and ObjectDB

it terms of space and retrieval speed but may be more expansive in updates. See a recent forum thread
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Use temporary files to enable very large transactions

to a temporary file. Even without speed optimizations, but with priority on the memory usage. Ideally
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Single Server License and Embedded Mode

would prefer to stick with embedded mode for the speed. Since we only have a single server