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Make sure you delete the application from your device/simulator. Have you by chance changed the application bundle id? That would certainly give you this error.
Start by removing the app from the simulator then do a clean-all of your project and redeploy. If the condition persists there is definitely some other issue occurring. If you can, try it on another machine.
I just installed jdev on a second machine to access a test web-service and now I get the same problem as before, however my previous solution doesn't work anymore. I just copied all the project files over there and now I get the same problem (jdev deploys old versions of my java files with methods lacking that i implemented recently). There must be some sort of cache where it gets those from otherwise I cant explain why it deploys old versions of my files.
Again, problem has been solved. This time by doing the following:
Found the java file in question via finder.
opened it with textedit, copied all the code,
deleted it, created a new file, pasted the code from before
saved this file and renamed it to match the previous name
I have two suspicions: either it has something to do with the versioned file format mac is using [(see Here)|http://www.maclife.com/article/howtos/how_use_versioning_control_mac_os_x_lion]
or with some other form of saving and caching mechanism in jdeveloper, however I don't know of any.
By the way, I deleted my entire system126.96.36.199.37.X.X folder, so all my settings were reset, yet the problem still persisted. Maybe this helps any of those who intend to try to resolve this issue.