Btw went to implement something like DumpUtility on the 1.0 code base, you can't as BaseRecordManager is final :(
What I'm currently looking to do is us reflection to make the page manager accessible and use a page curser on it. Hopefully that will work.

Mark
Cees de Groot wrote:
When it is ready :)

Personally, I want to release 1.5 when it compiles cleanly under
java6, preferably without introducing @supresswarnings all over the
place. That turns out to be quite a task, so anyone that can help -
please!



On 7/3/08, Mark Proctor <mproctor@codehaus.org> wrote:
  
The Dump utility is in trunk, not 1.0. any news on when the next release
will happen?

Mark
Bryan Thompson wrote:
    
There is a dump utility that will give you everything that can be
extracted.

When you use the extSer integration then it gives more detail since it
knows
how to deserialize the individual records.

It also gives some statistics on the record sizes by index as I recall.

-bryan


      
-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:jdbm-general-bounces@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf
Of Mark Proctor
Sent: Friday, June 20, 2008 2:12 PM
To: JDBM General listserv
Subject: [Jdbm-general] RecordManager Browser

I've look at the PageCursor and see how that works, but
BaseRecordManager doesn't give access to this, so I have no
way of determining what is stored in one of my databases. Any
good ideas on this? beyond storing a registry object in root,
which would kinda suck having to write out the whole list of
longs every time I want to store a new object.

Mark

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