Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:you also have to add the javaEE dependencie:
Dana Ucaed wrote:You must add the jar file as dependencies, not in classpath.
What editor did you use?
Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:Try to displace the javax.mail and the javax-el dependencies with
Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:if you add the dependencies, maven automaticly downloads them and put them on your classpath...
Rob Spoor wrote:But only for compiling, not for running applications (unless you do that through Maven).
That leaves a question for Puspender Tanwar: how do you start your program? Did you add the dependencies to the class path?
Already tried. No change in error.
Dana Ucaed wrote:Please create another project without MAVEN and add the dependencies manual.
MAVEN created me the problems.
Puspender Tanwar wrote:It's running fine on my other system. Attaching the properties file. But it's very weird why it is failing on my this system.
Paul Clapham wrote:Does this mean that you have two systems where you're using Maven to generate something and then using Eclipse to run that something?
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