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stuartsierra13:04:00

@francoiswirion: I've used that approach (two attributes) successfully

leontalbot18:04:42

@madvas and I were wondering what is the cheapest way to host datomic? Say we have a hobby project, very small and hosted on heroku. I heard datomic free cannot be host on separated server.

leontalbot18:04:13

(And heroku resets every 24 hours so we can't host datomic free there...)

leontalbot18:04:30

Much thanks in advance!

leontalbot18:04:33

Just found https://github.com/colinrymer/docker-datomic-free/blob/master/README.md would you recommend it? Also found free hosting for a docker container here https://cloud.docker.com/

bvulpes18:04:17

leontalbot: you can try out my alpha hosted transactor service!

jgdavey20:04:46

I’m having a heckuva time trying to upgrade my peer to the latest release. I’ve added the necessary dependency for [com.amazonaws/aws-java-sdk-dynamodb “1.9.40”], but when the system is attempting to connect to the transactor, I get a java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: com.amazonaws.services.dynamodbv2.model.AttributeValue.getM()Ljava/util/Map;

jgdavey20:04:28

I previously was on 0.9.5327, trying to get to 0.9.5350

bkamphaus20:04:32

@jgdavey: Not sure if version issues could be behind it, (1) we have tested and include/suggest version 1.9.39 (documented in the pom.xml provided scope in the datomic distribution), and it could be 1.9.40 introduces (or you have some other) dependency conflict, lein deps :tree might help you troubleshoot (that error looks like it could easily caused by a dependency conflict).

jgdavey20:04:54

I should have mentioned: 1.9.39 yields the same error. I’ll hunt more for dependency clashes.

jgdavey20:04:55

I found it. [clj-aws-s3] pulls in [com.amazonaws/aws-java-sdk], which is the whole she-bang.

jgdavey20:04:15

Thanks for the help, @bkamphaus !