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java.lang.LinkageError: loader constraint violation using nabula nattable

 
Greenhorn
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Hi friend Good morning,

I am using eclipse and i have create one nabula nettable application but at that time generate this error so please any one help me ...

 
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The root cause is



It seems you have differrent class definitions for IUniqueIndexLayer. This could happen because you have the same class in 2 different jars, or might happen because of hierarchical classloaders. I don;t know too much about nattable. I don't think this is an IDE issue. I will link this thread to a relevant forum within Coderanch
 
Lalitkumar Solanki
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Hi sir thank you for help me ...

sir please you have any idea which two class same or how to check same class in both jar file?
means any solution or suggestion pleas sir give me ... and thank you
 
Lalitkumar Solanki
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Hi Jayesh A Lalwani sir you are right my proble is solved and thnak you so much sir ....
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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