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Redeployment in GlassFish - Failed to open file

) at edu.um.fcsit.jpa.controller.GuestController$1.createPageDataModel(GuestController.java:58) at edu.um.fcsit.jpa.controller.GuestController.getItems(GuestController.java:158) at sun.reflect
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Mismatch client-server protocol prefix

.findByName() at at.co.pjm.tracker.webservice.controller.PositionController ... transactional proxy according to the documentation. So I have not much control what happens
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How to change properties in urls2.xml?

url and their port / user / password properties. I have no control on the port and password used ... ) but you might find it in a forum discussion. You should be able to control the port to which the embedded server
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ObjectDB JDO - foreign key constraints

to from the company, I would have preferred to get an exception instead. How can I control this behaviour? Also, how can I control cascading updates and deletes in JDO? There seems to exist
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Closed EntityManagerFactory after upgrading glassfish 3.1.1 to 3.1.2

Source) at com.n2nconnect.mm.jsf.controller.ProjFeedController$1.createPageDataModel(ProjFeedController.java:60) at com.n2nconnect.mm.jsf.controller.ProjFeedController.getItems(ProjFeedController
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com.objectdb.o.InternalException

>                  org.openjfx           javafx-controlscontrols; requires javafx.fxml
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error 990 ?

$$EnhancerByCGLIB$$cb1b589.add() at net.mces.controller.FormController.addOffer(FormController.java:57
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High memory consumption even after close() of EntityManagerFactory

, including query results, flush updates, etc. are not affected by the new option, but can be controlled
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Saving custom list which implements java.util.List fails

the List-interface. The problem with the recommendation in your post is that we are not in control
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Spring MVC Errors

it the way that in Controllers I was initializating new class that I made DBconn(): public class DBconn

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