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ElementValueChange not using @Id annotation in Levenstein #167
not sure that's an issue, maybe an enhancement, but I'm surprised of a different behavior between simple method and Levenshtein method for comparing.
I isolate it in a very simple usecase, which I resume here with words instead of code.
Now, let's compare.
Simple method returns no differences at all.
Thanks for help. And by the way, this is a great library !
thanks @tchegito, well, both list comparing algorithms should produce similar results.
There could be a bug in Levenshtein. Could you help us and isolate this case to the new, failing test, pushed to your forked JaVers github repository?
Yes I can do that ! I'll try today, but you will see, this is very simple.
Thank you for quick answer
On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 11:14 PM, Bartosz Walacik firstname.lastname@example.org
first of all, sorry to reuse this mail about another question, but I don't
Using Javers, my main goal was to :
The main problem I encounter is: how reflect the changes detected on the
And my last idea was to iterate over the graph, looking for an object with
Not sure this is really clear, but your help would be really appreciated !
On Wed, Jun 3, 2015 at 10:30 PM, Bartosz Walacik email@example.com
Yes you're right !
The goal is to synchronize graph objects between two databases.
On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 10:36 PM, Bartosz Walacik firstname.lastname@example.org