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From Rolf Schumacher <>
Subject Re: has not been enhanced
Date Wed, 25 Mar 2009 08:41:50 GMT
thank you for your answer, Rick

you'll find the persistence.xml here:
the highlighted class is that one that netbeans has introduced when it
generated it from the table TIMESHEET_COMMENT in the database eHour.

you'll find the Java stack dump here:
it happens when I try to build the maven project with netbeans build

you'll find the pom.xml here:

I mentioned running openjpa:enhance
the Java stackdump you can find here:

Rick Curtis wrote:
> Can we get some more info? Your persistence.xml file along with the actual error message
would be a good start.
> -Rick
> I'm working successfully on my first jpa project,
> using netbeans, maven and openjpa.
> Now I added another entity class by applying the generator from the pull
> down menu of a package "New/Entity Classes from Database ..."
> It generated two entity classes because the key has multiple colums:
> Entity and EntityPK.
> When I built the project again I get the error:
> "The type "class EntityPK" has not been enhanced."
> And the build stops.
> I looked in the documentation for "enhancement" and found it to be an
> important subject but was not able to understand why a class shall be
> enhanced in order for the project to get built.
> Before I added this entity to the other 5 - one with a primary key class
> as well - I didn't had this problem and everything worked smooth. Now I
> got stuck.
> What shall I look into to overcome this problem?
> Rolf
> p.s. When I ran the maven goal openjpa:enhance an exception occurs while
> parsing a non-entity class, telling me that a class can not be found
> that I provide at runtime. Honestly, I do not know what I was doing here.

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