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db4o object retriving error

 
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Hi,

My environment: Win XP SP3, Netbeans(NB) 6.8, Apache tomcat 6.0, Castor, Apache AXIS 2 web service. Front end Flex 3.1 using flex builder.
I created a new project in NB and created a new db4o file with data in it.
I have another project in NB where I am trying to retrieve the data from the db4o file already created.
The objective, when I type a name on the front end, the db4o should be search for the name and return the found user name and additional data pertaining to the user name.

But when I run the project, under tomcat log I see the below error:
org.apache.axis2.deployment.DeploymentException: Unexpected end of ZLIB input stream

Can some please help me understand this error, the cause and solution please.

 
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Well, this doesn't appear to be a problem with ORM mappings, so I'm not sure if anyone in this particular forum will be an expert on this.

I simply googled "Unexpected end of ZLIB input stream" and found alot of information. That's probably a good start.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Hi,

Thank you for your reply. I googled before I posted, but most of the search result answer for zip file and nothing pertaining to db4o, so I am not sure how to follow them.

Can you guide me here please or direct me to a site or link you know of which could have some answers.

Thank you.
 
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