javax.jdo.JDOUserException: The column "customer_type_id" was set to multiple different values in this SQL statement. This is probably because the schema mapping uses a single column for multiple fields on the assumption that the fields will always store the same underlying value, but the assumption was broken.

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javax.jdo.JDOUserException: The column "customer_type_id" was set to multiple different values in this SQL statement. This is probably because the schema mapping uses a single column for multiple fields on the assumption that the fields will always store the same underlying value, but the assumption was broken.
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at com.solarmetric.kodo.runtime.PersistenceManagerImpl.commit(PersistenceManagerImpl.java:393)
at com.vwfs.Customer.save(Customer.java:342)
at com.vwfs.Testkodo.runTest2(Testkodo.java:115)
at com.vwfs.Testkodo.main(Testkodo.java:23)

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