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java with ofbiz

 
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Hi to all,

I am new to CodeRanch WebPortal.I have a problem with ofbiz framework. we are developing java application with Apache poi for reading and writing excel sheet.

Normally, the jar file for apache poi is always put in the ofbiz by default.Now i invoke the ofbiz, it says, imported apache poi packages files like... import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.DataFormatter; it does not exist.... it is the same case for all packages that i included...!

Already i was used jexcelapi for reading and writing excel files.but i don't know the exact place to put the jar files...... or do i need to specify the classpath for jar files........?

Please anybody give suggestion to me... I am in deadLine.

I am expecting your valuable reply asap...!


Thanks & Regards.,
P.SARAVANAN




 
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You should have the jar file in the classpath.
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch

When compiling the classes, you should include those jar files in the classpath. When running/deploying the application, all of those external jar files should be placed in (copied to) WEB-INF/lib directory.
 
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