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[com.gigaspaces.pojo]: Failed to parse *.gs.xml

When running a GigaSpaces application, what does the following line in the output stack trace mean?: {color:red}WARNING [com.gigaspaces.pojo]: Failed to parse *.gs.xml files from folder '/config/mapping' for more information set logger 'com.gigaspaces.pojo' level to FINE.{color}

Must every GigaSpaces application have *.gs.xml files?

What if the application had defined its POJOs using field and class annotations, then would these *.gs.xml files still be necessary?

Jeff

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asked 2007-08-12 13:22:03 -0500

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updated 2013-08-08 09:52:00 -0500

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{quote}What if the application had defined its POJOs using field and class annotations, then would these *.gs.xml files still be necessary?{quote}

When using annotations, *.gs.xml is not needed. It is used to support 1.4.

{quote}WARNING [com.gigaspaces.pojo]: Failed to parse *.gs.xml files from folder '/config/mapping' for more information set logger 'com.gigaspaces.pojo' level to FINE.{quote}

As stated, the message is a waring and not an error. I guess it should be lowered to a INFO or FINE level.

Guy

answered 2007-08-12 13:28:02 -0500

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