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NoSuchMethodError occurs when invoking the getClass() method (Doc ID 1371022.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Business Process Management Suite - Version: 10.3 to 10.3.2 - Release: to AS10gR3
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A NoSuchMethodError occurs when invoking the getClass() method of a business object.  Such as when calling String(getClass(myObject))

The task could not be successfully executed.

Reason: 'java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: _getClass'.
Caused by: _getClass
fuego.lang.ComponentExecutionException: The task could not be successfully executed.
Reason: 'java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: _getClass'.
at fuego.server.execution.EngineExecutionContext.invokeMethodAsCil(
at fuego.server.execution.EngineExecutionContext.runCil(
at fuego.server.execution.GlobalAutomaticJMSListeningHelper.executeJmsListener(
at fuego.server.AbstractProcessBean$43.execute(
at fuego.server.execution.DefaultEngineExecution$AtomicExecutionTA.runTransaction(
at fuego.transaction.TransactionAction.startBaseTransaction(
at fuego.transaction.TransactionAction.startTransaction(
at fuego.transaction.TransactionAction.start(
at fuego.server.execution.DefaultEngineExecution.executeImmediate(
at fuego.server.execution.EngineExecution.executeImmediate(
at fuego.server.AbstractProcessBean.runGlobalJmsActivity(
at fuego.server.execution.GlobalJMSExecutor$
at fuego.ejbengine.EJBProcessBean.executeTask(
at fuego.server.execution.GlobalJMSExecutor.execute(
at fuego.ejbengine.EJBGlobalJMSExecutor.access$400(
at fuego.ejbengine.EJBGlobalJMSExecutor$
Caused by: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: _getClass
at test.MyProcess.Default_1_0.Instance.CIL_errorQueueListener(Instance.xcdl:40)
at su

and compiler didn't throw any error


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