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how to download org.apache.commons.logging API as it is not present in struts-doc.war  RSS feed

 
sai prasanna
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Hai All
with my struts binary zip i had struts-documentation.war file in this documentaion there is no org.apache.commons? How to get this API

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saiprasanna
 
Merrill Higginson
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As I look at my copy of the Struts 1.2.7 download, I see that commons-logging.jar is definitely in the struts-documentation.war. It's also in the lib directory. Just make sure commons-logging.jar is in your classpath.
 
naraharirao mocherla
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Hi,
I'm getting these two errors.
1.
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java uses or overrides a deprecated API.
Note: Recompile with -deprecation for details.
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2.
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package org.apache.commons.logging does not exist
import org.apache.commons.logging.Log;
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I've downloaded commons-logging API and copied commoms-logging-1.1.jar to the Tomcat 5.0/common/lib.
But when compliling my .java file I'm getting this error that package org.apache.commons.logging.Log.does not exist.



thanks,
narahari
 
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1. This deprecation message is a warning. Your code will still compile even though it may use deprecated API. If you want to get rid of them as a matter of style, do what the message says and compile with -deprecation to get the details of which method calls are deprecated and then change them.

2. The compile-time class path and the run-time classpath are two entirely separate things. By putting the commons.jar in your Tomcat common/lib directory, you are adding it to the run-time environment, but not necessarily the compile-time environment. You must modify the class path used at compile time in order to make sure this jar file is included.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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