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MonetaryAmount Class

Songezo Nkukwana
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Hi i'm missing jar for common.money.MonetaryAmount classes for percentages and money formats. Any idea which Jar file do i need for this?
Jesper de Jong
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That class and package is not something in the standard Java library, nor is it something from a well-known open source library. It's not a standard or well-known class.

Do you need this for a school project? Ask your teacher where to get it. Are you working at a company? Ask your colleagues or your manager where to get this.

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Songezo Nkukwana
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Jesper Young wrote:That class and package is not something in the standard Java library, nor is it something from a well-known open source library. It's not a standard or well-known class.

Do you need this for a school project? Ask your teacher where to get it. Are you working at a company? Ask your colleagues or your manager where to get this.


Sorry, i just picked up its an internal class... Thanks a lot
Songezo Nkukwana
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Actually no, its maven dependencies packaged under common-aux.1.0.1.RELEASE.jar
Eric Reboisson
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Joined: Nov 20, 2007
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Hi all,

Somebody could send me the library containing these classes :

import common.money.MonetaryAmount;
import common.money.Percentage;

Thanks a lot by advance
Eric
James Harte
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Joined: Nov 18, 2012
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I believe that the common-aux.#.#.#.jar is a JAR file which is provided by SpringSource as a separate JAR file to be used within classroom examples. You would need to pull it from the files provided as part of the class and then have your IDE reference the JAR file.
Jeff Verdegan
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@Songezo Nkukwana: In the future, please SearchFirst(←click).

where to get common.money.MonetaryAmount
where to get common-aux.1.0.1.RELEASE.jar

Thanks!
Campbell Ritchie
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