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. But if you add your DomainId class to the server classpath it should work. Anyway, = is more efficient

how explorer queries work

your classes to the classpath of the Explorer and the Server, since methods are not stored in

Enhancement from gradle build file

'   classpath = sourceSets.main.runtimeClasspath   args '-cp', 'src/main/groovy', 'app.model.*', 'app

Type xxx is not found (error 301)

on my EntityManager Probably you have JPA 1 jpa.jar in your classpath before objectdb.jar - this happens

exception thrown when try to run explorer again?

indicates that objectdb.jar is not available in the classpath. support Support There is no objectdb

Mismatch client-server protocol prefix

version 2.6.2. Client version 2.6.2. Also there's only one objectdb jar on the classpath

EntityManager getMetamodel() causes crash

-unit> </persistence> Otherwise, ObjectDB may search and register all the entity classes in the classpath. support Support

NoSuchFieldError: __odbTracker on NetBeans 7.3 + JBoss 7.1.1

="com.objectdb.Enhancer" fork="true" classpath="C:/projects/test/lib/objectdb.jar"> <arg

Can not connect to replication node

when the objectdb.jar file is not available in the classpath. support Support Thanks

Compatibility Problems Upgrading from 2.6.9_04 to 2.7.6

is closed) and no old objectdb jar should remain in the classpaths. > and mismatched .odb$ write files

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