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Interpreting stack message characters

 
A Flatoff
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Anyone know what's up with the characters toward the end of this line:

java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: javax.mail.internet.MimeMultipart.addBodyPart(Ljavax/mail/BodyPart;I)V


"L" ";I" and "V" seem out of place here. I bet they mean something just don't know what. Like V might mean void return type . . .
 
Rob Spoor
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L in front of a class name usually indicates an array of that type. Are you trying to add multiple body parts at once? Because there are only two addBodyPart methods; one takes a BodyPart, and the other a BodyPart and an integer.
 
A Flatoff
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I'm actually setting up a new app with Commons Email to send multiple email attachments. I have to figure out all my version dependencies and stuff.

J2EE level / Commons Email level, etc.

Right now I apparently have an invalid combination.
 
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