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Saving custom list which implements java.util.List fails

tracking. > if somehow the internal list gets replaced fully by another list (without filling

First query takes 4+ minutes to complete

" on-persist="false" on-commit="true" /> <dirty-tracking arrays="false" /> </entities> <schema

JPA Query language support in OBjectDB / Sub query or nested Query

Dhamale Inner queries are not supported yet. The issue tracking system contains an up to date list of unsupported JPA features. support Support

Will Entire JPQL Supported by ObjectDb?

supported yet by ObjectDB. The main missing feature is subqueries. You may browse the issue tracking

ObjectDB Enhancer Tool in Java 9

) yet. support Support ObjectDB 2.7.2 update did indeed solve issue 2) above. (Thanks!) I will consider this posting closed and instead track issue 1197. CBE CBE

Should I use ObjectDB and JDO?

most of JDO 2.1 (except sub queries and a few other features, as you can see in the issue tracking

SectionClassifier message in log

I'm trying to track down an issue in an application - the problem occurs around the retrieval of an object from a database the specifics are unclear at the moment. In the objectdb log the following message is written everytime the issue occurs. Could you give more detail about what this message

javax.transaction.Synchronization with Java SE 10.0.1

to track down why it is not found via runtime and discovered that within the method jdk.internal

config optimizing

" /> <dirty-tracking arrays="true" /> </entities> <schema> </schema> <server> <connection port="6136" max="100

ObjectDB 2.7.6

(no enhancement) by minimising tracking backups. Improved concurrency by using lock free Synchronization (issue

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