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I want to use GraphViz in Maven project, but it fails: “class path contains multiple SLF4J providers” [closed]

Closed. This question needs debugging details. It is not currently accepting answers. Edit the question to include desired behavior, a specific problem or error, and the shortest code necessary to reproduce the problem. This will help others answer the question. Closed 2 months ago. Improve this question I want to use grahpViz with Maven but got this exception: ` my

java cannot find symbol class Generated

Hello guys my problem is I generate QClasses with querydsl everything generate nice but if I want run project build failed because cant find symbol. Before that it worked well and suddenly without changing the pom.xml so it not work. I’ve had this problem before, and if I remember correctly, I fixed it by being in an intellij idea I

Flink: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: AvroSchemaConverter

I am trying to connect to Kafka. When I run a simple JAR file, I get the following error: Yes, I am aware that NoSuchMethod can potentially mean that there is a conflict between versions; however, there is no Flink instance running on YARN cluster. I have also tried to play with pom.xml but no luck The versions are indicated

Vaadin object is not an instance of declaring class

I’m trying to call a method in class named (DataActions) to the dashboard view so the grid can be able to receive the objects given after the method execution, but still no luck solving this error (java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: object is not an instance of declaring class). -Class (DataSession) is the class responsible for opening the database session. -Class (DataActions) is the

Maven: Classpath dependencies and starters?

in this tutorial under “Installing Eureka on Server Side” there is the instruction to Add org.springframework.boot:spring-cloud-starter-eureka-server on your classpath. Now as a beginner with maven and spring I don’t know what is meant both with the term starter, nor do I know how to “add,” what is obviously a groupId and an artifactId on “your classpath.” I just found

How to make multiple Spring HandlerInterceptors execute in a specific order

I’m currently working on a Spring boot project. I have a dependency on a library project that has an interceptor( and a public class LibraryProjectConfig implements WebMvcConfigurer and overrides the addInterceptors() method to add the LibraryProjectInterceptor to the InterceptorRegistry. In my actual project where I added this library project dependency, I have created an interceptor(ActualProjectInterceptor) that needs to be executed

Eclipse Spring Boot need declare Maven dependency explicitly

I have 2 development PCs, both have following specification: Windows 10 1909 64 bit Installed Oracle JDK 1.8.0_281-b09 Eclipse IDE for Java Developers 2020-12 (4.18.0) The application under development is a Spring Boot project with following Maven file: When importing the project into Eclipse, one of development PC (called PC1) cannot build with following error: On the other side PC