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java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:
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ssomer
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Registered: Jun 2003
Posts: 4

When I turn the NAV_DEBUG on, I keep getting the following message: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.geac.vacation.cb.VacationAvailable (This is my class and does exist)
But, it seems like in actuality I am finding all my classes, because I see my data fine.
My facade is CBFacadeLocal and using CocoPowderPlugin20. The code is running in a Session Bean running in Websphere Studio Application Server 5.0.
What I am doing wrong? Please advise.

07-03-2003 01:13 PM
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admin
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Registered: Apr 2001
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Hi,

Thanks for reporting that, but this is not actually a bug. The CocoBase runtime system tries different alternatives to load a class (this is useful under custom loaders of app server environments in particular) and some of the attempts may fail. The ClassNotFoundException print-out is more a debug "warning" saying that one of the strategies to load that class was unsuccessful, but as you noticed, your class exists and could be loaded just fine.

Hope that helps!
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07-03-2003 01:31 PM
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ssomer
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Thanks for the reply. I meant to response earlier. Your explanation is fine. The issue here is an error message is issued and it really is not an error. Every time I see an exception thrown, I feel uncomfortable and look for ways to eliminate it.
Thanks again.

08-01-2003 04:53 AM
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admin
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No problem, glad we can help.

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08-01-2003 11:14 AM
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