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Hi Everybody,

I got a problem in my work. I prepared a jar file in my local system. it works fine at my system. I give up that jar file to my team member he included it in build path on MyEclipse IDE .

The problem is we created an object for a class exist in that jar file , object was created but the methods are not invoked.

What is the problem I can't understand that jar was working well at my system.

Supporse I have the logic like this

 
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Is the first System.out invoked? Do you see the output on the console?
 
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System.out.println("Flow Object was Created ") is displayed on console,
the method calling and statements after the method calling are not executed.
 
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Can you try setting a break point and see if its hit?
 
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