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AbstractStringBuilder is not visible

Former Member
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Hi,

I am uploading source code in NWDS and i have resolved all the exceptions that occur due to jar files.

I am receiving one Exception :

Abstact String Builder is not visible.

Am I missing any jar files, i also checked with the compatible versions.

jdk1.6.0_26

jre1.6.0_07

NwDS :  7.0.17

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Accepted Solutions (1)

Stefan-EA
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Krishna Chaitanya Nandimandalam wrote:

Am I missing any jar files, i also checked with the compatible versions.

jdk1.6.0_26

jre1.6.0_07

NwDS :  7.0.17

You have a NWDS/Java compatibility issue. What version of NetWeaver is your portal on?

You can find the info here http://<host>:<port>/monitoring/SystemInfo

If your portal is on NetWeaver 7.00/7.01/7.02, then you need Java 1.4.2.

If your portal is on NetWeaver 7.10/7.11, then you need Java 1.5.

If your portal is on NetWeaver 7.20/7.30/7.31, then you need Java 1.6.

In addition, your NWDS version must match the same version as your portal.

Answers (2)

Answers (2)

junwu
Active Contributor
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you have to use jdk1.4

Former Member
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Thank you, issue is Resolved and fixed.

Former Member
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Hi,

Is this issue due to Vesrion compatability or can we fix this issue!.

This is happening only at "xml file.appened" particular piece of code which is underlined.

xml_file.append("<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' standalone='no'?><")

.append(_nodename)
.append(">\n");
 
int size = columnInfos.size();

for(int i =0;i<noofelem;i++)
{
IWDNodeElement elem = wdTableNode.getElementAt(i);

.

xml_file.append("<")

Former Member
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Hi,

Can you specify xml_file is of which type and which version of Jdk you are using.

Former Member
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Hi Ravi,

Thank you for your response!

    {

//IWDNode  wdTableNode = wdContext.nodeInt_Out_Report();

  IWDNode  wdTableNode = wdContext.nodeStationary();

  byte[] b = null;

  String linktoFile = null;

  StringBuffer err = new StringBuffer();

  StringBuffer xml_file = new StringBuffer();

I am using the JDk version : jdk 1.6.0_26

Any suggestion will be appreciated!

Best Regards,

Chaitanya

Former Member
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Hi,

Everything seems to be correct.

Just try out this way, instead of appending all details one after the other into single statement, split the each part and see which part is throwing exception.

xml_file.append(state1);

xml_file.append(state2);