Persistence Manager retrieves repository objects by class name instead of object name
The persistence manager uses the class name as an argument to the Object Manager's get() method. This usually works - until the object name and the class name are different. This seldomly happens but it could.
[+TASK] FLOW3 (Object): The Abstract Object Container now gives a hint / throws an InvalidArgumentException if object names or class names were specified with a leading backslash. Relates to #7198
[+BUGFIX] FLOW3 (Reflection): The Reflection Service now ignores leading backslashes in class names specified in annotations. Resolves #7198
[+BUGFIX] FLOW3 (Persistence): The Persistence Manager now retrieves repository objects by object name instead of class name. Resolves #7199