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via JBoss Issue Tracker by Geoffrey De Smet, 1 year ago
org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.NurseRoster) that returns a Collection with elements of type (class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.ShiftAssignment) which cannot be assigned to the PlanningVariable's type (class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.Employee).
via JBoss Issue Tracker by Geoffrey De Smet, 1 year ago
org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.NurseRoster) that returns a Collection with elements of type (class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.ShiftAssignment) which cannot be assigned to the PlanningVariable's type (class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.Employee).
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: The entityClass (class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.ShiftAssignment) has a PlanningVariable annotated property (employee) that refers to a ValueRangeProvider annotated member (method getShiftAssignmentList on class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.NurseRoster) that returns a Collection with elements of type (class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.ShiftAssignment) which cannot be assigned to the PlanningVariable's type (class org.optaplanner.examples.nurserostering.domain.Employee).	at org.optaplanner.core.impl.domain.valuerange.descriptor.AbstractFromPropertyValueRangeDescriptor.processValueRangeProviderAnnotation(AbstractFromPropertyValueRangeDescriptor.java:108)