The System.out gives me the correct path to the URL:


The corresponding file contains:

<persistence xmlns="";
   <persistence-unit name="ode-store">


On 4/9/07, Marc Prud'hommeaux <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


Note that there shouldn't be any problem with running against a
directory versus a jar (I do it all the time), so there is probably
some environment issue.

Can you post your persistence.xml? If you write a little main()
method that just does: System.out.println(getClass().getResource("/
META-INF/persistence.xml"), what does it show?

On Apr 9, 2007, at 11:54 AM, Matthieu Riou wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm having some difficulties testing a module that uses persistent
> classes.
> In that case the classes aren't loaded from a jar but are directly
> in the
> classpath and so does the persistence.xml.  However I always get "No
> Persistence provider for EntityManager named ode-store". I've tried
> several
> things:
> - placing persistence.xml in a META-INF subdirectory of a directory
> directly
> in my classpath
> - placing persistence.xml in a directory directly in my classpath
> - renaming my persistence.xml to openjpa.xml and placing its directory
> directly in my classpath
> - setting the system property to the location of
> the
> openjpa.xml
> None of these worked, same error message. I guess I'm missing
> something but
> can't spot what, any idea?
> Thanks!
> Matthieu

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