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SOLVED: Day 58 Part 1

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When I run the app, after pressing the Add Example button, the app crashes with:

Thread 1: "An NSManagedObject of class 'Ship' must have a valid NSEntityDescription."

I initially after Day 57, deleted the wizard entity and the and the other one as each of the lessons seemed to have you create a new entity (even though there one was already). So i thought ok, something is correct, I did a clean build folder... that didnt help...deleted the app on the simulator, that didnt help... closed Xcode and the simulator and that didnt help. So I deleted the entire CoreDataProjectApp and made a new one...

I still have the issue....

I also made sure the NSPersistentContainer name matches the name of my CoreDataProject.xcdatamodeid

what am I missing?

import CoreData
import Foundation

class DataController: ObservableObject {
  let container = NSPersistentContainer(name: "CoreDataProject")

  init() {
      container.loadPersistentStores { description, error in
          if let error = error {
              print("Core Data failed to load: \(error.localizedDescription)")
          }
      }
  }
}

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