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Hi Guys,

i am facing below error while running one of my application in windows.


MessageXmlBuilder.java:12: cannot access com.bch.blah.blah.message.batch.MessageBatchConstants
bad class file: F:\jars\message_batch.jar(com/bch/blah/blah/message/batch/MessageBatchConstants.class)
class file has wrong version 50.0, should be 49.0

Please remove or make sure it appears in the correct subdirectory of the classpath.
import com.bch.blah.blah.message.batch.MessageBatchConstants;
^

and i am facing below error while running in Ubuntu

MessageXmlBuilder.java:335: error: batch cannot be resolved
private static Logger logger = Logger.getLogger(com/bch/blah/blah/message/batch/dao/MessageXmlBuilder);
^^^^^
MessageXmlBuilder.java:335: error: dao cannot be resolved
private static Logger logger = Logger.getLogger(com/bch/blah/blah/message/batch/dao/MessageXmlBuilder);
^^^
MessageXmlBuilder.java:335: error: MessageXmlBuilder cannot be resolved
private static Logger logger = Logger.getLogger(com/bch/blah/blah/message/batch/dao/MessageXmlBuilder);
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
32 problems (8 errors, 24 warnings)


please do suggest. ^
 
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The Java file has been compiled using a Java 6 compiler but you're using Java 5.0 to run it. Either use Java 6 to run, or compile for Java 5.0, using the -source and -target compiler flags.
 
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