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Error while reading Excel file.

 
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Hai , i am trying to read excel file ,but getting compilation error when passing file path.please any one help how to reduce the error.
Error:

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem:
The constructor XSSFWorkbook(FileInputStream) is undefined


 
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The error indicates that there is no constructor in the class XSSFWorkbook class that takes a FileInputStream argument. If you are using this XSSFWorkbook class, then from its API you can see a constructor that takes a java.io.InputStream and hence you should receive no error.

The reason might be you are using an older version of the jar file which contains XSSFWorkbook class.
 
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Thank you for your reply..
please tell me what are the jar files i have to add.
thank you.
 
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I don't know about Apache POI jars. Please check in the internet or download from Apache POI website.

Moving thread to Open Source forum.
 
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