I followed the steps of the code and I noticed that the object containing the
to-many relationship in question is being local instanced in a peer editing
context. The to-many is still an array fault which has not been triggered.
Then when the object in the original context has its to-many triggered, i.e.
Where analysis is the EO and groupings() is the to-many then the exception is
It appears to have that if I trigger the to-many early on then the exception is
Anyways, I will experiment a little bit more with the problem and report back.
I don't recall seeing something like this before and I local instance objects
from one editing context to another all the time.
> On Sep 20, 2016, at 5:21 PM, Chuck Hill <ch...@gevityinc.com> wrote:
> A full stack track would help. It sounds like your code is making a
> relationship between objects in different editing contexts. Did someone
> forget to add a “localInstance”?
> From: <webobjects-dev-bounces+chill=gevityinc....@lists.apple.com> on behalf
> of Ricardo Parada <rpar...@mac.com>
> Date: Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 2:18 PM
> To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Cannot obtain globalId for an object which...
> Hi all,
> All of a sudden one of our apps started getting this. Does anybody know why
> this would happen? It did not seem to have a problem before until now.
> Cannot obtain globalId for an object which is registered in an other than the
> databaseContext's active editingContext,
> object: <UBAnalysis pk:"84106">,
> databaseContext: com.webobjects.eoaccess.EODatabaseContext@3935ae60,
> object's editingContext: er.extensions.eof.ERXEC@4247ac26,
> databaseContext's active editingContext: er.extensions.eof.ERXEC@c0fc23d’
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