But it can not create correctly the file, i have this exception that I do not inderstand its meaning:. Hunter Zhao 3, 17 This content has been marked as final. Sign up using Email and Password. Thanks for the suggestion, but now the error is complaining with the Foo class.
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Java DOM4J Parser – Overview
I was not including the local directory in my classpath when running my application. Hunter Zhao 3, 17 Foo is what worked for me!
Java DOM4J Parser Overview
dom4j-1.6.1.jar Hope to help you: Please turn Dom4j-1.61.jar back on and reload this page. Adios to Winter Bash Because the jar file’s name with sources is pure java file xx. Do you have dom4j JAR in your classpath?
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Apache POI have a handy page listing all the components and their dependenciesyou should start by reading that! Yes i added dom4j Except you’re apparently using Linux, not Windows, so the classpath seperator on that platform is different. You’ve missed dom4j-1.6.1.jar out, hence the error. Please type your message and try again.
At compile time, dom4j-1.6.1.jar compiler didn’t need to know about your compiled Foo. I want to use a jar file in my application. But it can not create correctly the file, i have this exception that I do not inderstand its meaning:. The compiler doesn’t magically make that jar dom4j.16.1.jar in dom4j-1.6.1.jar classpath at runtime for you just because you compiled with it in the dom4j-1.6.1.jar at the time. Email Required, but never shown.
dom4j-1.6.1.jar However, if I unjar the application using jar xf dom4j Sign up using Email and Password. Please enter a title. That tells the runtime to put the jar in the classpath and the “current directory” in it as well, which is where your class lives dom4j-1.6.1.har its package dom4j-1.6.1.jar no package, so the class file itself lives there.
Make sure you include all the dependencies required from there on your classpath!