java.lang.VerifyError: field not type compatible (class: org/apache/xerces/parsers/IntegratedParserConfiguration method: configurePipeline()V) at pc: 4" I thought that it was just the xalan.jar that was upsetting the process but it does in fact seem to be both that, and the "xercesImpl.jar". On the enhancer I have got it to work by re-building without the enhancer addded to the build. Then enhancing each project individually using the ant task. I am still unable however to add the enhancer to the build using the plugin and then re-build all. this will return me the same jdoGetManagedFieldCount error, even if I have re-built without the enhancer previously. This all seems a little awkward, so if there is something I can do to get the build to work with the plugin, and using the enhancer, that would be ideal. Marc Prud'hommeaux wrote: BD- The build problems sound to me like some of your persistent classes have been recompiled, but others have not. Have you tried completely rebuilding all the classes in your project before doing any enhancement? In addition when I was migrating the metadata, I had problems with the Apache libraries, which caused a failure when I ran the "migrate-meta" task. I ended up replacing the two files (xalan.jar and xercesImpl.jar) that were packaged with Kodo3 with ones from our previous Kodo install and the migrate worked fine. Is there a problem with these files? We did upgrade the version of xercesImpl.jar we ship with 3.0, but I would be surprised if this would cause problems. Can you post the exception you get when you try to use the old jars? In article < bqdvtj$ei5$1@solarmetric.netmar.com >, BD wrote: Kodo version 3.0.0 / using IBM Websphere/Eclipse I am testing a migration to Kodo 3, and I am having problems with enhancing when building the project using the plug-in. The error returned is shown below... Problems occurred building the selected resources. packagedesc/ta/event/Bean.jdoGetManagedFieldCount()I Also, I have attempted to enhance the project using the ANT task, but that also fails with the following error trace. java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: packagedesc/ta/shared/BOSet.<init>(Lpackagedesc/ta/shared/BusinessObject;)V

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    Enhance Errors in Kodo 3

    Oracle Community | 1 decade ago | 3004
    java.lang.VerifyError: field not type compatible (class: org/apache/xerces/parsers/IntegratedParserConfiguration method: configurePipeline()V) at pc: 4" I thought that it was just the xalan.jar that was upsetting the process but it does in fact seem to be both that, and the "xercesImpl.jar". On the enhancer I have got it to work by re-building without the enhancer addded to the build. Then enhancing each project individually using the ant task. I am still unable however to add the enhancer to the build using the plugin and then re-build all. this will return me the same jdoGetManagedFieldCount error, even if I have re-built without the enhancer previously. This all seems a little awkward, so if there is something I can do to get the build to work with the plugin, and using the enhancer, that would be ideal. Marc Prud'hommeaux wrote: BD- The build problems sound to me like some of your persistent classes have been recompiled, but others have not. Have you tried completely rebuilding all the classes in your project before doing any enhancement? In addition when I was migrating the metadata, I had problems with the Apache libraries, which caused a failure when I ran the "migrate-meta" task. I ended up replacing the two files (xalan.jar and xercesImpl.jar) that were packaged with Kodo3 with ones from our previous Kodo install and the migrate worked fine. Is there a problem with these files? We did upgrade the version of xercesImpl.jar we ship with 3.0, but I would be surprised if this would cause problems. Can you post the exception you get when you try to use the old jars? In article < bqdvtj$ei5$1@solarmetric.netmar.com >, BD wrote: Kodo version 3.0.0 / using IBM Websphere/Eclipse I am testing a migration to Kodo 3, and I am having problems with enhancing when building the project using the plug-in. The error returned is shown below... Problems occurred building the selected resources. packagedesc/ta/event/Bean.jdoGetManagedFieldCount()I Also, I have attempted to enhance the project using the ANT task, but that also fails with the following error trace. java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: packagedesc/ta/shared/BOSet.<init>(Lpackagedesc/ta/shared/BusinessObject;)V
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    java.lang.VerifyError after running the DataNucleus Enhancer

    Stack Overflow | 6 years ago | joecks
    java.lang.VerifyError: (class: de/suur/wr/generated/FlagType$FlagTypeRemoveFlagsItem, method: setItem signature: (Ljava/lang/Object;)V) Incompatible argument to function </code></pre> <p>The original declaration of the method is: </p> <pre><code> public void setItem(String value) { this.item = value; } </code></pre> <p>I figured out that java adds some synthetic bridge methods to the bytecode, which would indeed match the error (see below). But usually this methods can coexist peacefully. Maybe the error is not related to the enhancer at all, but however I have no other intuition I thought it is related. What could be the reasons? </p> <pre><code> // Method descriptor #53 (Ljava/lang/Object;)V // Stack: 2, Locals: 2 public bridge synthetic void setItem(java.lang.Object arg0); 0 aload_0 [this] 1 aload_1 [arg0] 2 checkcast java.lang.String [54] 5 invokevirtual de.suur.wr.generated.FlagType$FlagTypeRemoveFlagsItem.setItem(java.lang.String) : void [56] 8 return Line numbers: [pc: 0, line: 1] </code></pre> <p>and the original method:</p> <pre><code> // Method descriptor #36 (Ljava/lang/String;)V // Stack: 2, Locals: 2 public void setItem(java.lang.String value); 0 aload_0 [this] 1 aload_1 [value] 2 putfield de.suur.wr.generated.FlagType$FlagTypeRemoveFlagsItem.item : java.lang.String [33] 5 return Line numbers: [pc: 0, line: 314] [pc: 5, line: 315] Local variable table: [pc: 0, pc: 6] local: this index: 0 type: de.suur.wr.generated.FlagType.FlagTypeRemoveFlagsItem [pc: 0, pc: 6] local: value index: 1 type: java.lang.String </code></pre> <p>I'm used the datanucleus(DN) and the datanucleus maven plugin(DNM2) in servile combinations: (DN,DNM2) 1.1.4 , 2.0.0 and 2.1.1, 2.1.1 . The stacktrace is </p> <pre><code> at java.lang.Class.getDeclaredMethods0(Native Method)
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    Android SDK r22 Bouncy Castle Failing

    Stack Overflow | 3 years ago | Sententia
    java.lang.VerifyError: class org.bouncycastle.asn1.ASN1Primitive overrides final method equals.(Ljava/lang/Object;)Z </code></pre> <p>After this I get the stack trace. I've put it at the bottom of this question. </p> <p>This is my environment and the things which I've tried. </p> <p><strong>Environment</strong></p> <pre><code>Mac OS X 10.8.4 Java 1.6 Java 1.7 </code></pre> <p>With Mac OS 10.8.4 the java install location is different. When I type:</p> <pre><code>which java I get :/usr/bin/java java -version 1.6 Version /usr/libexec/java_home /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Content/Home To run the 1.7 version I have to go to it's home directly which is /Library/Internet plugins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home </code></pre> <p>I found that it <a href="https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/adt-dev/W8t8iGGY3fk/fpxj4GEaMSgJ" rel="nofollow">might be a problem with a library which is on my computer</a>, Bouncy Castle (bcprov-jdk15-143.jar). I tried those steps and all I got was a ClassDefNotDefined problem with Java. </p> <p>I tried moving the file into my libs folder in my project trying to see if that would fix and nothing. </p> <p>I tried updating the library to a more recent version of Bouncy Castle (bcprov-jdk15-on-149.jar) again all I got was ClassDefNotDefined with java. </p> <p>I tried a new phone gap application thinking that it might be something with the settings, however still the same problem. </p> <p>To be honest I'm not a java power player so I only know basics. Maybe it is simple or maybe it is something else. </p> <p>Either way I has stopped me in my tracks. I can't test anything. </p> <p>Below is the stack trace following on from the error spit out</p> <pre><code>at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method)
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    How can I fix this Verify Error?

    Stack Overflow | 2 years ago | AJ Weeks
    java.lang.VerifyError: Inconsistent stackmap frames at branch target 65 </code></pre> <p>I've tried many things already, including: deleting all of the class files and rebuilding them, copying the entire project into a new project, upgrading my version of Eclipse (from Kepler to Luna), and modifying the code around where the line number that the error message gives. Nothing has worked, and I've ruled out the editor as other java projects run just fine. I would greatly appreciate it if you would let me know a way to solve this.</p> <p>My code can be found <a href="https://github.com/ajweeks/IGMC2014" rel="nofollow">here</a>. The error has something to do with the Chunk class but what it is specifically I honestly do not know. The stack trace of the error message is:</p> <pre><code>at ca.ajweeks.igmc2014.level.Level.&lt;init&gt;(Level.java:22)
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    Having a verify error with solrj 5.5.0 and java 1.7

    Stack Overflow | 2 months ago | Chanaka Rathnayaka
    java.lang.VerifyError: Cannot inherit from final class exception when executing HttpSolrClient solr = new HttpSolrClient("http://localhost:8983/solr/mycore"); I use SolrJ 5.5.0 with Java 1.7. Other than that I use commons-httpclient 3.1. This is the detailed error I get: Handler processing failed; nested exception is java.lang.VerifyError: org/apache/http/params/SyncBasicHttpParams] with root cause java.lang.VerifyError: org/apache/http/params/SyncBasicHttpParams

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      field not type compatible (class: org/apache/xerces/parsers/IntegratedParserConfiguration method: configurePipeline()V) at pc: 4" I thought that it was just the xalan.jar that was upsetting the process but it does in fact seem to be both that, and the "xercesImpl.jar". On the enhancer I have got it to work by re-building without the enhancer addded to the build. Then enhancing each project individually using the ant task. I am still unable however to add the enhancer to the build using the plugin and then re-build all. this will return me the same jdoGetManagedFieldCount error, even if I have re-built without the enhancer previously. This all seems a little awkward, so if there is something I can do to get the build to work with the plugin, and using the enhancer, that would be ideal. Marc Prud'hommeaux wrote: BD- The build problems sound to me like some of your persistent classes have been recompiled, but others have not. Have you tried completely rebuilding all the classes in your project before doing any enhancement? In addition when I was migrating the metadata, I had problems with the Apache libraries, which caused a failure when I ran the "migrate-meta" task. I ended up replacing the two files (xalan.jar and xercesImpl.jar) that were packaged with Kodo3 with ones from our previous Kodo install and the migrate worked fine. Is there a problem with these files? We did upgrade the version of xercesImpl.jar we ship with 3.0, but I would be surprised if this would cause problems. Can you post the exception you get when you try to use the old jars? In article < bqdvtj$ei5$1@solarmetric.netmar.com >, BD wrote: Kodo version 3.0.0 / using IBM Websphere/Eclipse I am testing a migration to Kodo 3, and I am having problems with enhancing when building the project using the plug-in. The error returned is shown below... Problems occurred building the selected resources. packagedesc/ta/event/Bean.jdoGetManagedFieldCount()I Also, I have attempted to enhance the project using the ANT task, but that also fails with the following error trace. java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: packagedesc/ta/shared/BOSet.<init>(Lpackagedesc/ta/shared/BusinessObject;)V

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