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Server has trouble finding .class for entity

 
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Hi guys/gals!!
I've just finished a course on Web Application development so please bear with me hehe.
I've developed a reaaaaly simple enterprise application using Eclipse Helios (64 bit), Glassfish v3, Postgres 8.4, with JPA 2.0, EJB3.0, Struts, EclipseLink2.1
The app consists of:

- A simpe jsp file (called AltaUsuario.jsp) that consist of a simpe form with only one field



- The corresponding ActionForm for the jsp
- The corresponding Action (called RegisterServiceAction)



- A sessionbean called RegisterService


- A entity called UserProfile


- My persistence.xml file looks like this


The structure that eclipse deploys in the server is as follows




The error that shows me is the following:


But if I look into the PruebaJPAJPA.jar directory I can see that the .class is in there

Could anyone give me a hand with this?
pleeeaaseeee, I'm going nuts (even read the Specs for JavaEE 6.0 trying to solve this problem)

Thanks in advance for any help/tip that I can use!!!
Cheers!
Dieguinho
 
Diego Miranda
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Sorry, maybe its better suited for the JPA forum
if someone can please move it...
 
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