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From Mike Kienenberger <>
Subject Re: No object is registered in context with Id
Date Fri, 04 Mar 2016 16:05:10 GMT
Objects never belong to any context other than the one that created them.

When you call n = c2.localObject(o),  o still exists in the original
context c1, but a new n is created for context c2.   Unless c1 = c2 in
which case o = n.

Note that you need to be careful calling localObject on an object in a
state other than committed or hollow.

On Fri, Mar 4, 2016 at 11:00 AM, Andrew Willerding
<> wrote:
> Thank you  Without your help I would never have found a
> solution.
> Of course my code was generating the duplicate entry!  Sorry to have bugged
> the list on this last error.
> I'm not sure I understand why different objects must be "localized" with the
> localObject method vs the setObjectContext.  From my limited understanding
> of the inner workings of Cayenne, the setObjectContext should have worked.
> I have used the setObjectContext with success (I think - in the error went
> away) in other situations when I get an error suggesting that one object is
> not in the context of another object
> On 03/03/16 03:37 PM, Andrew Willerding wrote:
>> I had to add newItem before the getObjectContext() to allow the program to
>> compile and then unfortunately I'm getting the error below.  There shouldn't
>> be any duplicate entries as this is the first record I'm attempting to
>> insert for this particular project and contact.  The underlying project id
>> is 9999 and the contact id is 1922 so I'm not sure what is generating the
>> duplicate entry.

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