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csm04:04:15

any ideas what this means? {:cognitect.anomalies/category :cognitect.anomalies/incorrect, :datomic.client/http-error {:error :cluster.error/with-db-not-found, :dbs [{:database-id datomic:, :t 6614071, :next-t 6614072, :history false}]}}

joseph12:04:55

@devth you can check this release notice: http://docs.datomic.com/release-notices.html

joseph12:04:46

has anyone met this error message:

Critical failure, cannot continue: License not valid for this release of Datomic
When I use my license in the latest datomic, 0.9.5561

jaret12:04:36

@joseph That error message indicates that your license has expired. We have perpetual licensing so you can continue to use your license on versions that came out while it was valid, but you cannot upgrade to any version past your license expiration date. If you want to DM @marshall or myself, we can confirm that your license is expired.

joseph14:04:10

@jaret thanks

csm18:04:25

is it possible to query with the result of calling with? I’m using the client API

marshall19:04:24

@csm you should be able to use the value returned in :db-after for subsequent queries

csm19:04:53

to also get things “transacted” with the with call? or no

marshall19:04:22

pass the db-after to your next query

marshall19:04:41

and it will query against the db value that contains the things transacted by the with call

csm19:04:22

hmm, I don’t seem to get what I’m writing back; let me make sure I’m doing it right

favila21:04:30

@csm make sure you are using 0.9.5544 or later

favila21:04:38

this was broken in prior versions

favila21:04:53

well, the prior version

csm21:04:34

hah, yeah, I’m running 0.9.5530 locally

csm23:04:02

another question: does the clojure client handle multiple/changing DNS resolutions? i.e., if an endpoint resolves to IP address a.a.a.a when we connect, and then later that endpoint resolves to IP addresses a.a.a.a and b.b.b.b, does the client pick up both addresses?