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100% CPU when using multiple BETWEEN

. Could you please upload the file (in a zip format) to our FTP server: Host: objectdb.com, Username
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Suspected memory leak

You can use FTP to upload large files: Host: objectdb.com, Username: public, Password: public support Support
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Changes in detach behaviour?

version 2.3.4 then the output is "username". I think lazy fetching of primitive fields is a bit
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Entity not removed 100%

. Could you please change your username from "Unknown" to something less confusing? Thanks! support Support
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data protection method in ObjectDB Embedded Mode

I am new in ObjectDB and i need to understand How is data protection in ObjectDB Embedded Mode without using username or password thanks choymns choymns The way to keep an ObjectDB database encrypted is simply to store it on an encrypted drive. Modern operating systems support encryption
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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
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ObjectDB Enincompatible with Quarkus?

" /> </server> <users> <user username="OBJECTDB_ADMIN_USER" password="OBJECTDB_ADMIN
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there is a free version?

when I run my project from eclipse the console ask me, besides username and password, the license key, but I want to use it for free. How can I do? unozer asd Please check what exactly you are running in Eclipse. According to your description it seems that your main class is the ObjectDB Activator
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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
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docker documentation

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

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ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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