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pesimistic Lock semantic

). This is because without enhancement tracking changes to objects at the time they happen is impossible (you can try help ObjectDB by

Remove an entity which attributes were changed - OptimisticLockException

to your description this is not the case. In order to understand the cause, please track the object version

Access entity version before commit transaction

wishes, Markus doppelrittberger Markus Ritter Use enhanced classes to get instant change tracking of all fields. They are also faster. support Support

Running ObjectDB on a node that does not have internet connectivity

.getExtent(PMImpl.java:2059) at peoiws5.track.server.ObjectDBTrackDatabase.openDatabase

ODB-WeakRefPurger threads not closing at all

PersistenceManager instances to track DB connections. Is the timeout for closing purger threads configurable

Database crash

' is closed by 11028@wzbhb101 hgzwicker Hans-Georg Zwicker Further discussion of this report is in the issue tracking. support Support

Detaching objects after JOIN FETCH

to the issue tracking system and hopefully will be fixed soon. Update: The issue is fixed now. support Support

Unable to stop server after starting in SSL mode

" /> <cascade-persist always="false" on-persist="false" on-commit="false" /> <dirty-tracking arrays

Unexpected Exception during commit

.UserMember.runInverseQuery(UserMember.java:467) at com.objectdb.pc.track.EntityTracker.loadInverse

ClassCastException in Tuple.get

. it seems that there is a problem with post editor on MS Edge, as it seems to be set to 'track

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