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via Terracotta by rustum, 1 year ago
Terracotta cache classes are not available, you are missing jar(s) most likely
via Terracotta by puneett, 1 year ago
Terracotta cache classes are not available, you are missing jar(s) most likely
via Terracotta by billmil, 9 months ago
Could not create ClusteredInstanceFactory due to missing class. Please verify that terracotta-toolkit is in your classpath.
via Terracotta by tcollins, 9 months ago
Could not create ClusteredInstanceFactory due to missing class. Please verify that terracotta-toolkit is in your classpath.
via terracotta.org by Unknown author, 1 year ago
Could not create ClusteredInstanceFactory due to missing class. Please verify that terracotta-toolkit is in your classpath.
net.sf.ehcache.CacheException: Terracotta cache classes are not available, you are missing jar(s) most likely	at net.sf.ehcache.terracotta.TerracottaClusteredInstanceHelper.newClusteredInstanceFactory(TerracottaClusteredInstanceHelper.java:161)	at net.sf.ehcache.terracotta.TerracottaClient.createNewClusteredInstanceFactory(TerracottaClient.java:177)	at net.sf.ehcache.terracotta.TerracottaClient.createClusteredInstanceFactory(TerracottaClient.java:137)	at net.sf.ehcache.CacheManager.init(CacheManager.java:337)	at net.sf.ehcache.CacheManager.(CacheManager.java:292)	at net.sf.ehcache.CacheManager.create(CacheManager.java:690)	at net.sf.ehcache.CacheManager.getInstance(CacheManager.java:710)	at mycache.main(mycache.java:16)