Db4o updating arraylist problem

I will start this tutorial with a sample "microblog", that's a text based blog demonstrating the usage of AJAX in Restlet. * @author cleverpig * */ public class DB4OSimpler package com.bjinfotech.restlet.microblog; import org.restlet.

A simpler way to do this is to customize the Tunnel Service.

Utils; public class Microblog Resource extends Resource microblog_sourcecode (application/x-zip, 2.3 MB) Sure, you can custom a finder to do what tunnel Service do.\ You can visit to get detail about how to using restful way in prototype.

Maybe, if you create new object with the same id, Ebean will update it.

For exmaple I've had a similar problem but found the solution was based around using the setters to change the values rather than accessing the fields directly.

), and upgrading beyond 7.4 will change the format so we can't go back...

When new row is insterted in the list, I would like to update the file and the table (this step is skipped so far). As a result, I've got an error message shown below and my file has been filled with some random symbols. Array List.write Object(Array List.java:570) at sun.reflect. Native Method Accessor Impl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.or when I add the object to the Array List, Java creates a copy and add it to the Array List?What if I change the reference to this object to null?Native Method Accessor Impl.invoke(Native Method Accessor Impl.java:39) at sun.reflect.Delegating Method Accessor Impl.invoke(Delegating Method Accessor Impl.java:25) at reflect. Object Stream Class.invoke Write Object(Object Stream Class.java:945) at Whenever I have tried to update this it has caused severe problems - duplicated objects with the same ID become much more common, for example, and many other errors.


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