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via Stack Overflow by Prakash
, 8 months ago
You have not started an Objectify context. You are probably missing the ObjectifyFilter. If you are not running in the context of an http request, see the ObjectifyService.run() method.
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You have not started an Objectify context. You are probably missing the ObjectifyFilter. If you are not running in the context of an http request, see the ObjectifyService.run() method.
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You have not started an Objectify context. You are probably missing the ObjectifyFilter. If you are not running in the context of an http request, see the ObjectifyService.run() method.
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, 1 year ago
You have not started an Objectify context. You are probably missing the ObjectifyFilter. If you are not running in the context of an http request, see the ObjectifyService.run() method.
via Google Groups by Darkly via StackOverflow, 6 months ago
You have not started an Objectify context. You are probably missing the ObjectifyFilter. If you are not running in the context of an http request, see the ObjectifyService.run() method.
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, 1 year ago
You have not started an Objectify context. You are probably missing the ObjectifyFilter. If you are not running in the context of an http request, see the ObjectifyService.run() method.
java.lang.IllegalStateException: You have not started an Objectify
 context. You are probably missing the ObjectifyFilter. If you are not
 running in the context of an http request, see the ObjectifyService.run()
 method.	at com.googlecode.objectify.ObjectifyService.ofy(ObjectifyService.java:44)