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Replication error on slave restart

> <connection port="6136" max="100" /> <data path="$objectdb/db" /> </server> <users> <user username ... > <users>   <user username="xxx1" password="xxx2" admin="true">    <dir path="/" permissions="access

performance limit

/18. This is the query we use select e from AktImpl e where e.createdBy like 'username' Runing this query on 150.000 records gives 126 results in 15 ms for user A. Using this query for username B gives

order by string with numbers

The sql that works is ORDER BY CAST(SUBSTR(username FROM 4) AS UNSIGNED) ASC Using JPQL SELECT u FROM Users u ORDER BY SUBSTRING(u.username,4)*1 ASC If you have other alternative for JPA

Need disk usage and delete some old files

: File root = com.objectdb.Utilities.getServerFileSystem(     host, port, username, password, false ... .getServerFileSystem(     host, port, username, password, path, false); support Support what about backup

Activation license not picked up in Jenkins

18.99/1.18 (a.username='a')> <extractPlan 3.7225 18.96/1.18 a(Person ... ] Query "SELECT a FROM common.model.Person a WHERE a.deleted=false AND a.username='dummy_3'" => 0 results

Persist not working when ObjectDB and another db is used in the same application (through spring) with different tx managers

" value="jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/streaming_test" />   <property name="username" value="root

ODBC - How to create a DSN connection in Window

Hi, is there a way to set DSN of ObjectDB in windows for excel data analysis? 搜索 复制 gzdillon Lai Yang You can use the connection URL, including protocol, host, port, path, username and password (when applicable) as DSN of ObjectDB databases. However, ObjectDB does not support ODBC or JDBC

Issue with compile time enhancement

="javax.persistence.jdbc.username" value="admin"/> <property name="javax.persistence

docker documentation

{ Activator.main(args) } sleep(100) piped.println(<USERNAME

File lock exception on odb$

report JBWEB000068: message com.objectdb.o._PersistenceException: Failed to open file '/Users/username

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