activejdbc.InitException: you are trying to work with models, but no models are found. Maybe you have no models in project, or you did not instrument the models. It is expected that you have a file activejdbc_models.properties on classpath

Stack Overflow | jrey | 6 years ago
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    ActiveJDBC - how to define models

    Stack Overflow | 6 years ago | jrey
    activejdbc.InitException: you are trying to work with models, but no models are found. Maybe you have no models in project, or you did not instrument the models. It is expected that you have a file activejdbc_models.properties on classpath
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    GitHub | 4 years ago | artdaw
    activejdbc.DBException: failed to determine Model class name, are you sure models have been instrumented?

    Root Cause Analysis

    1. activejdbc.InitException

      you are trying to work with models, but no models are found. Maybe you have no models in project, or you did not instrument the models. It is expected that you have a file activejdbc_models.properties on classpath

      at activejdbc.ModelFinder.findModels()
    2. activejdbc
      Model.<clinit>
      1. activejdbc.ModelFinder.findModels(ModelFinder.java:46)
      2. activejdbc.Registry.init(Registry.java:97)
      3. activejdbc.Model.<clinit>(Model.java:53)
      3 frames