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Problem with Criteria Querys

)         )     ); A separate variable for the path is required to get a matching type. But your example demonstrates

Can I Disable the Creation of the "log" Directory?

", currentDirectory); // Sets %objectdb environment variable System.setProperty("objectdb.conf

query on calendar class

is for literals, so it cannot contain variables or parameters. In comparison the operand types must match. Not

app.jelastic.eapps.com and objectdb

/environment-variables/ Do you use the right file location for the ObjectDB files? Peter

Performance in SELECT statement

its 3 variables directly in the TestEntity... but it makes no difference. edit2: persisting values

ObjectDB Server Connection Permissions

It would be useful if instead of creating a web service layer on top of a database, I could just set up permissions to entities and entity variables for client connections. This would be beneficial when providing specific raw data where additional business logic is not required. I suppose

UserException: Package com.example.model is not found by the enhancer

object member variables rather than getters and setters. I think if you use the @Warning annotation

Broken @ManyToOne reference

with no error, but after they are retrived, the 'b' variable in all A objects is always null. Regards

NullPointerException in __odbGetNumMember

PMImpl(OBM).bF() line: 719 PMImpl(EMImpl).commit() line: 276 [local variables unavailable] quasado

Issue with UPPER ?

with the simplest query (and with minimal number of JOIN variables). The number 149 is possible since JOIN

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