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FAQ
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What are the system requirements for using ObjectDB?

ObjectDB requires Java 5 or later (Java 6 is preferred). As a pure Java application, ObjectDB should be able to run on any platform that supports the Java Standard Edition. Either the Java Development Kit (JDK) or the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) can be used. A version of ObjectDB for .NET is currently under development.
Manual
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Chapter 4 - JPA Queries (JPQL / Criteria) [2011-04-01]

The JPA Query Language (JPQL) can be considered as an object oriented version of SQL. Users familiar with SQL should find JPQL very easy to learn and use. This chapter explains how to use JPQL as well as how to use the JPA Criteria API, which provides an alternative way for building queries in JPA
Manual
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Defining a JPA Entity Class [2011-02-11]

for persistent fields, how to define and use a primary key and what a version field is and how to use
Manual
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Query Parameters in JPA [2011-04-01]

for more details. Parameters vs. Literals Following is a third version of the same method. This time
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Query Parameters in JPA

for more details. Parameters vs. Literals Following is a third version of the same method. This time
Manual
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Running JPA Queries [2011-09-21]

, but the version of Query returns a result list of a raw type (non generic) instead of a parameterized (generic
Manual
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Running JPA Queries

, but the version of Query returns a result list of a raw type (non generic) instead of a parameterized (generic
Tutorial
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Spring MVC and JPA Tutorial [2011-02-09]

objects are stored in an ObjectDB database. This tutorial is available in the following versions: In
Manual
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Chapter 4 - JPA Queries (JPQL / Criteria) [2018-09-15]

The JPA Query Language (JPQL) can be considered as an object oriented version of SQL. Users familiar with SQL should find JPQL very easy to learn and use. This chapter explains how to use JPQL as well as how to use the JPA Criteria API, which provides an alternative way for building queries in JPA
Manual
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Chapter 4 - JPA Queries (JPQL / Criteria)

The JPA Query Language (JPQL) can be considered as an object oriented version of SQL. Users familiar with SQL should find JPQL very easy to learn and use. This chapter explains how to use JPQL as well as how to use the JPA Criteria API, which provides an alternative way for building queries in JPA