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Need help to resolve an error in project

Rajeish Mittal
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Joined: May 24, 2012
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Hi,
Need help to resolve an error in the project. i have com.springsource.javax.jdo-2.1.0.jar in my build path. There are 3 error that i am trying to resolve.

1st one in Sequence annotations
:The attribute allocationSize is undefined for the annotation type Sequence

2nd one in in PersistenceCapable annotation
:The attribute cacheable is undefined for the annotation type PersistenceCapable

3rd one in Order annotation
The attribute extensions is undefined for the annotation type Order


I've checked the jar file. PersistenceCapable and Order annotation have the respective attribute and Sequence doesn't. We are using datanucleus.

Please let me know whats the probable cause of the issue if anyone has come across this issue.

Thanks


Rajeish Mittal
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Rajeish Mittal
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Joined: May 24, 2012
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I've found the error occurs because the Sequence annotation is getting resolved to a springsource jdo jar file in which the Sequence interface doesn't have allocationSize attribute. It should be getting resolved to a another datanucleus jdo jar file in which Sequence annotation declares allocationSize as valid attribute.

Anybody knows how to prioritize the order of jdo jar file higher than the springsource jdo jar file? help is very much appreciated.


Thanks
Rajeish Mittal
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Joined: May 24, 2012
Posts: 36

I was able to find a solution to this issue. Seems to have been very trivial. Now resolved.
 
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