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@OneToOne or @ManyToOne on references an unknown entity

 
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Simple scenario:

   1.an AdmisRejet can be linked to a Admis or a PreCandidat.
   2.Admis and PreCandidat can have many AdmisRejet.

All was working when I only had Admis and AdmisRejet.

But then I add PreCandidat (the same way as Admis), I get an hibernate error.

Can't find out why...

Model (they all have getters and setters and ids):





Error:

   Caused by: org.hibernate.AnnotationException: @OneToOne or @ManyToOne on nc.unc.importparcoursup.dao.admisDAO.AdmisRejet.preCandidatRejet references an unknown entity: nc.unc.importparcoursup.dao.pgiCocktailDAO.entity.PreCandidat
 
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Have you listed all entities in the persistence.xml?

If so, then you should add PreCandidat there as well.
 
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