You may be experiencing a mailcap issue � though I can't be certain. When trying to find a DataContentHandler (DCH) JAF 1.0.2 checks for mailcap files in the following order
Some SAAJ implementations provide their own mailcap file. In that case it is necessary to make sure that the mail.jar (with its META-INF/mailcap file) occurs after the SAAJ implementation jar (which may have it's own META-INF/mailcap) in the class path. So move that mail.jar to the end of the classpath.
The user.home/mailcap or java.home/lib/mailcap may specify a DataContentHandler that is incompatible with the SAAJ-implementation and/or that is provided in a JAR not currently in your class path.
[ April 21, 2006: Message edited by: Peer Reynders ]
Joined: Mar 06, 2005
Hi Peer Reynders ,
Thank you, It's really Good information for me.
I done accrodingly, I changed the order of Loading Jar files, Finally i suceeded to run my application with out any errors.
Thanks again Peer Reynders.
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