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how to operate with same object but two different Thread on database.

Hi, i have two thread one is for insert data another is for update data but in same object and same database. Description: i have three classes GetterSetterclass.java here declare variables and Getter and setter method constructor and to-string method. Insert.java Here i create a thread, create

NegativeArraySizeException on commiting a transaction

is attached. I also attached screenshots from the debug enviroment showing the values of the variables in

Log4j error

.Configurator" variable. [java] log4j:ERROR The class "org.apache.log4j.spi.Configurator" was loaded by

Eclipse plugin problem (using ObjectDB as a separate bundle)

" menu and try the action again. I tried to use objectdb.jar as downloaded as a classpath variable

Problems down-casting in WHERE clause

and navigation from a list must be done by an additional variable. ObjectDB supports navigation from lists

ObjectDB 2.6.6

Added support of automatic activation of new indexes (issue #19). Fixed a bug in multi variable queries (issue #1801). Fixed an Explorer exception when a field in a summary view is not included in the tree/table view. Fixed a bug in caching Criteria query programs with IN operator. Fixed a bug in

ObjectDB 2.3.7

Fixed a critical issue that may cause database corruption (issue #630). Initial attempt to enable navigation through lazy loading from detached objects (feature request #326). Improved toString of criteria queries to use aliases (issue #127). Fixed automatic variable naming in criteria queries

Typo in ObjectDB 1.0 Manual

.setFilter() line in section 7.5 sub section "Nested Bound Variables". Just incase it is browser

Unexpected Query Token / Casting in Query

a variable (ObjectDB does support navigation from collections as an extension to JPA in simple cases

Freeze during save

. Could you please check the objects in that loop (see local variables)? What is their type? Are there recurring

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