About strong

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Manual
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Entity Management Settings

", "soft" and "strong". Modified entities are always held by strong references in the persistence
Manual
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Working with JPA Entity Objects

it and it is automatically removed from the persistence context. ObjectDB can be configured to use strong references
Manual
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ObjectDB Developer's Guide [2018-08-07]

required in order to follow this guide, but a strong background and understanding of the Java
Manual
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ObjectDB Developer's Guide

required in order to follow this guide, but a strong background and understanding of the Java
Forum
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Soft Reference Object Cache Recommendation

to have my code called to manipulate the softReferenceData in my JdoBlob2 instances, so there is a strong ... is due to ObjectDB datastore page file cache keeping strong references to the pages that comprise the data ... and you expect to be released? Can you see a path of strong references from a root that holds
Issue
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Best practise loading big data

? Do you always use only enhanced classes? With enhanced classes ObjectDB is not expected to hold strong references ... the heap per type and paths of strong references from roots to objects? @Entity class ... with strong references, so hopefully the heap dump could help in understanding the issue. The current
Forum
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evictAll() behavior

- but it is less efficient and has some limitations. For example, strong references to your objects ... (unlike makeTransient / makeTransientAll).  ObjectDB doesn't hold strong references to hollow objects, so if your application doesn't hold strong references either - they can be garbage collected
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3

Caching/Paging Questions...

of its result objects already created and reside in memory ? Q2: Do I need to manually use strong ... ). You can either use application managed strong references or you can set the configuration, so strong references ... references, which are something in the middle between weak and strong references. The size of the L1
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Entity Management Config questions

). The valid values are "weak", "soft" and "strong". Modified entities are always held by strong ... : What exactly is the difference between "weak", "soft", and "strong" references? The following blog ... For more information, please see: http://www.google.com/search?q=java+strong+weak+soft+reference dmoshal
Issue
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TYE NullPointerException

a collection after it releases the last strong reference to the containing entity object? Following ... a strong reference to the containing entity - so this unexpected state would be avoided. felixobjectdb