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Problem with SpringBoot in Eclipse

 
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Error:The import org.springframework.boot.test cannot be
resolved
Error:SpringBootTest cannot be resolved to a
type.





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Also sorry put it in  wrong  forum, could someone change it to the right one
 
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I don't see you have declared dependency for 'spring-boot-starter-test' artifact.
 
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Failed to execute goal org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-maven-plugin:2.2.4.RELEASE:repackage (repackage) on project springboot-registration-login: Execution repackage of goal org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-maven-plugin:2.2.4.RELEASE:repackage failed: Unable to find a single main class from the following candidates [com.hellokoding.auth.WebApplication, com.hellokoding.auth.web.WebApplication] -> [Help 1]

I fixed it now. Got a new error but only when using maven clean install. I think it could be that a lot of my imports are not use like for example: Multiple markers at this line
- The import org.springframework.boot.web.servlet.support.SpringBootServletInitializer is never
used
- The import org.springframework.boot.builder.SpringApplicationBuilder is never used
 
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Did you fix this error ? and now you are encountering this one

Failed to execute goal org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-maven-plugin:2.2.4.RELEASE:repackage (repackage) on project springboot-registration-login: Execution repackage of goal org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-maven-plugin:2.2.4.RELEASE:repackage failed: Unable to find a single main class from the following candidates [com.hellokoding.auth.WebApplication, com.hellokoding.auth.web.WebApplication] -> [Help 1]

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The unused imports you are mentioning are just compiler warnings, not errors, and they should not cause maven compilation to fail (unless you are instructing maven to handle warnings as errors, which you are not, as far as I can see).
 
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Yes I fixed it with this code:
 
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Okay, from that new error, it seems like you have in your project two separate main() methods (in classes com.hellokoding.auth.WebApplication, com.hellokoding.auth.web.WebApplication) and maven just can't decide without you telling him which one he should use. You should provide configuration tag specifying class with main() method to use, eg:

 
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Maybe try this part for spring-boot-maven-plugin...

 
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Thank you very much for the help
 
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No problem Is the issue completely resolved, then ?
 
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Yes no error when I use maven clean install. Gonna figure out how to run it on the server now, thanks
 
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Why does it show me no errors when compiling it and when I run the app it shows me:
Field userService in com.hellokoding.auth.web.UserController required a bean of type 'com.hellokoding.auth.service.UserService' that could not be found.

The injection point has the following annotations:
- @org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired(required=true)


Action:

Consider defining a bean of type 'com.hellokoding.auth.service.UserService' in your configuration.
 
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You need to tell Spring to create a bean of a class. You can tell him that by annotating UserService with '@Service' annotation.
 
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Like this? Still got the same error message

 
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Yes, like that, although, you need to annotate implementation class, not interface.
 
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Still the same error

 
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Still error in Controller not finding UserService bean ? Do you have '@SpringBootApplication' class annotation at a class containing main() method you're running ? Where is this class located ? I mean package.
 
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It is located in hellokoding.auth.web I removed hellokoding.auth.web because it hade a file that was a duplicate of webapplication.
 
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Well, by default, Spring looks for bean defining classes in all subpackages of package, where you have '@SpringBootApplication'. Usually such class is placed to the root package, so you can move the 'WebApplication' class one folder up (to package 'com.hellokoding.auth'), that way package 'com.hellokoding.auth.service' containing UserService class will be a subpackage and therefore will be scanned by Spring, or you can define packages to scan by Spring using annotation '@ComponentScan(“com.hellokoding.auth.service”)'. Place this annotation on top/under '@SpringBootApplication' annotation.
 
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Now it caused this error in my pom:
/Users/marcou/another-spring-boot/target/classes/META-INF/MANIFEST.MF (No such file or
directory)
 
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martin codey wrote:Now it caused this error in my pom:
/Users/marcou/another-spring-boot/target/classes/META-INF/MANIFEST.MF (No such file or
directory)



Did you try to rebuild/recompile the project ?
 
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It is fixed but when i started the application and put localhost... in the browser I got this:

Whitelabel Error Page

This application has no explicit mapping for /error, so you are seeing this as a fallback.

Thu Mar 19 17:27:13 CET 2020
There was an unexpected error (type=Not Found, status=404).
/login.jsp
 
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Was the rebuild/recompilation itself sufficient to resolve that issue or did you do something additional to resolve previous issue ?

If you don't have mapping for specific url you are trying to load, its normal. Also, just to be sure, spring boot fires up the application by default on port 8080, be sure to include that in the URL.
 
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I did not do anything additional just as you said.

I know but in the browser when typing localhost:8080 it doesnt show login page as it show on this tutorial:
Tutorial
 
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Can you provide your UserController class here ?
 
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Do you have respective .jps pages (welcome.jsp, ...) in right locations ? If so, then check if you have proper authorization access set in 'WebSecurityConfig' class.
 
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I am not sure. They look like this.

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Seems to be fine. I suspect that you may have wrong security configuration in 'WebSecurityConfig' class. You can post the code again here, but since you're following tutorial with full source code available, did you check your code against the code from tutorial ? If you just didn't forget to include some code ?
 
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Pasted it in now and still the same.

 
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Can you verify that your application server is up and running ? That you did not get any runtime exception when starting the application ?
 
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Used terminal and typed cd ~/another-spring-boot and then i typed mvn clean spring-boot:run and it said the application was running.
Then in browser(chrome) i typed http://localhost:8080
 
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It's hard to chase the real problem like this as we only have partial info about the state of your project. I tried to clone tutorial repository and tried to run the project you're trying to run, with docker-compose as proposed in tutorial, and here's my result when hitting 'http://localhost:8080/':

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As you're trying to run it with maven, are you running MySQL server ?
 
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I think it is my compose.yml. Yes I am running mysql
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Got this build failure when running docker-compose up:
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
registration-login_1  | [INFO] BUILD FAILURE
registration-login_1  | [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
registration-login_1  | [INFO] Total time: 42.754 s
registration-login_1  | [INFO] Finished at: 2020-03-21T21:39:26Z
registration-login_1  | [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
registration-login_1  | [ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-maven-plugin:2.2.4.RELEASE:run (default-cli) on project springboot-registration-login: Application finished with exit code: 1 -> [Help 1]
registration-login_1  | [ERROR]
registration-login_1  | [ERROR] To see the full stack trace of the errors, re-run Maven with the -e switch.
registration-login_1  | [ERROR] Re-run Maven using the -X switch to enable full debug logging.
registration-login_1  | [ERROR]
registration-login_1  | [ERROR] For more information about the errors and possible solutions, please read the following articles:
registration-login_1  | [ERROR] [Help 1] http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MAVEN/MojoExecutionException
another-spring-boot_registration-login_1 exited with code 1
 
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Thanks for all of your help and time. It solved now.
 
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Glad to see you managed to work it out. Care to share what was the problem ?
 
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I cloned it and compared and the difference was that in the first project I hade a different version of the jar in the referenced library and different version in maven dependecies and pointing different in the pom file.
 
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