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From Marc Logemann>
Subject Re: strange JPA Enhance stack
Date Tue, 19 May 2009 08:46:51 GMT

no, have not done this. Its quite a hughe effort to create a project  
from scratch and deploy it to SCM and configure TeamCity to "compile/ 
test" it. I still think its not a library issue because i use ivy  
within ANT and the build system resolves libs the same way as its done  
on each developer machine. The stack doesnt look like a missing lib to  
me. And its definitely also not an ANT issue because i am using the  
same ANT Target on the dev machines.

I hoped somebody who developed the enhancer can tell something about  
the stack. I mean something like "this problem can only occur under  
this or that condition".

In any way... do we agree that an IllegalArgumentException in SERP  
shouldnt be the first Exception on the stack ? I definitely would  
expect an Enhancer Exception saying whats wrong on an upper level.  
Something like "Enhancement failed on Class X" or something. The root  
cause would be of course the SERP exception.

Marc Logemann

Am 18.05.2009 um 16:29 schrieb Rick Curtis:

> -Marc
> Any luck with the suggestion that David made?
> David Beer-2 wrote:
>> On Sat, 16 May 2009 15:32:36 +0200
>> Marc Logemann <> wrote:
>> Hi Marc
>> Can't seem that it is OpenJDK 6 related as I use it here for both my
>> development and continous build system (hudson under tomcat).
>> Are you using Ant or Maven with the build process. I have seen on  
>> lists
>> that this can sometimes be a problem. Can you create a small project
>> which has say just one class to enhance and see if that works through
>> you build system. I am thinking that it may be a classpath or library
>> problem.
>> David
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