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via openjpa-users by Kevin Sutter, 9 months ago
, or that the properties file you are using for configuration is available. If you are using Ant, please see the <properties> or <propertiesFile> attributes of the task's nested <config> element. This can also occur if your OpenJPA distribution jars are corrupt, or if your security policy is overly strict.
via openjpa-users by laudio.info, 1 year ago
that the properties file you are using for configuration is available. If you are using Ant, please see the <properties> or <propertiesFile> attributes of the task's nested <config> element. This can also occur if your OpenJPA distribution jars are corrupt, or if your security policy is overly strict.
via openjpa-users by Phani Madgula, 2 years ago
that the properties file you are using for configuration is available. If you are using Ant, please see the <properties> or <propertiesFile> attributes of the task's nested <config> element. This can also occur if your OpenJPA distribution jars are corrupt, or if your security policy is overly strict.
via Stack Overflow by Natraj
, 2 years ago
that the properties file you are using for configuration is available. If you are using Ant, please see the <properties> or <propertiesFile> attributes of the task's nested <config> element. This can also occur if your OpenJPA distribution jars are corrupt, or if your security policy is overly strict.
via Stack Overflow by user594883
, 2 years ago
that the properties file you are using for configuration is available. If you are using Ant, please see the &lt;properties&gt; or &lt;propertiesFile&gt; attributes of the task's nested &lt;config&gt; element. This can also occur if your OpenJPA distribution jars are corrupt, or if your security policy is overly strict.
org.apache.openjpa.util.MetaDataException: MetaDataFactory could not be
configured (conf.newMetaDataFactoryInstance() returned null). This might
mean that no configuration properties were found. Ensure that you have a
META-INF/persistence.xml file, that it is available in your classpath, or
that the properties file you are using for configuration is available. If
you are using Ant, please see the <properties> or <propertiesFile>
attributes of the task's nested <config> element. This can also occur if
your OpenJPA distribution jars are corrupt, or if your security policy is
overly strict.	at org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataRepository.initializeMetaDataFactory(MetaDataRepository.java:1904)	at org.apache.openjpa.meta.MetaDataRepository.endConfiguration(MetaDataRepository.java:1885)	at org.apache.openjpa.lib.conf.Configurations.configureInstance(Configurations.java:518)	at org.apache.openjpa.lib.conf.Configurations.configureInstance(Configurations.java:443)