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SEVERE: Error in dependencyCheck

rewati raman
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HI I am trying to run simple servlet and i am getting this error.



Vijitha Kumara
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Looks like a issue while starting up the context... Do you have any other details about your container environment, applicaiton etc...?


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Bear Bibeault
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Looks like one of your manifest files is corrupt or invalid in one of your jar files.


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jules martel
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adding a trailing space character after Class-Path: in MANIFEST.MF did the trick for me.
 
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