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Determining if Persistable Classes Have Trial Limitation

the way this used to work was that the Enhancer would not Enhance or sign the specified persistable ... > [ObjectDB 2.7.6 Enhancer] 7 persistable types have been enhance How can I tell ... is available the message should be: [ObjectDB 2.7.6 OEM Enhancer] rather than 

javax.servlet.ServletException: Annotated methods must follow the JavaBeans naming convention. __odbHidden_getPropertyName

.   webel Dr Darren Kelly The ObjectDB Enhancer modifies the names ... that. If this doesn't help maybe the Enhancer has to move the annotations to the proxy ... > You are not using classes that have been enhanced by an older ObjectDB version (since the change

Unexpected Exception (java.lang.NullPointerException: Cannot invoke "com.objectdb.o.ORS.Z9())

when entity classes are enhanced, so enhancing the class may solve the issue. Note that mixing enhanced and non-enhanced classes is not supported and may cause various issues, so double check that all your entity classes are enhanced. Something else to check is that all objects

jdoNewObjectIdInstance()

only for application identity. If the class has been enhanced for datastore identity, or if the class is abstract, null

javax.jdo.listener.ClearLifecycleListener

the runtime environment should be cleared. This method is not modified by the enhancer

javax.jdo.spi.JDOImplHelper

instead. If the class has been enhanced for datastore identity, or if the class is abstract, null

javax.jdo.listener.LoadCallback

this instance. This method is not modified by the enhancer. Derived fields

newObjectIdInstance(pcClass)

; newObjectIdInstance(Class, Object) should be used instead. If the class has been enhanced for datastore identity, or

jdoPreStore()

should be updated in this method. This method is modified by the enhancer so that changes

jdoPostLoad()

. This method is not modified by the enhancer. Derived fields