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Maven compilation error "is not within its bound"

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Hello all,

I have my webapp projet in Eclipse which compile correctly but when I try to perform "mvn clean compile", several following logs appears:

[ERROR] \Java\Workspaces\Indigo\mycompanycrm4\mycompany-webapp\src\main\java\com\mycompany\frontline\display\render\custom\[16,95] type parameter is not within its bound

My class implements correctly generic, inteface, inheritance tree ... the application work correctly in my tomcat launched by Eclipse, but when I try to package it the compiler block ...
I'm not able to change the code, do you know a solution to force Maven to compile correctly ? Have you ever faced the problem ?

I can't attach the log file due to an uploading problem "Files with the extension .log are not allowed as attachment in the message" (same error with .txt extension). Bellow the traces:

Thank you very much

Best regards,

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I would have to see the lines in the sources files, the lines causing the error. I suspect that the object type for a generic class is being restricted and you are using a class that doesn't match the restriction. But like I said, I'd need to see some code to verify this.
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