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Hello,

I used Spring Initaliazr to download a Maven project, only selected Web. I added a test controller, and tried starting the app. I get this error:



Here's my pom.xml; it's unmodified from the downloaded version.



Could someone kindly check and let me know how the error can be resolved?
 
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Perhaps you miss this in pom.xml ?
 
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I would suggest deleting your local maven repository and try compiling/building project.
It seems like some jar file did not get correctly downloaded to your system.
 
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Ankur R Jain wrote:I would suggest deleting your local maven repository and try compiling/building project.
It seems like some jar file did not get correctly downloaded to your system.

Could you please tell me how I do this?
 
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Prasanna Raman wrote:Could you please tell me how I do this?



Yes, please navigate to your user directory (using one of the following default locations) and find .m2 folder down there, go inside it, and delete the repository folder, now clean build the project in your IDE.

Default locations of .m2:

Unix/Mac OS X – ~/.m2
WindowsXP – C:\Documents and Settings\{your-username}\.m2
Windows Vista and above - C:\Users\{your-username}\.m2

Note: .m2 folder might be hidden and you can directly navigate into it by using address bar or use 'show hidden files' option.
 
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I noticed the other day with my SpringBoot 2.0 M7 project that when I start it up the first line in the log shown by IntelliJ is
DEBUG StatusLogger org.slf4j.helpers.Log4jLoggerFactory is not on classpath. Good!
I'm also using Gradle instead of Maven, so this could matter.

What version of SpringBoot are you using Prasanna?

I only say all this because, maybe the absence of the dependency as pointed out by Ankur is not the issue.
 
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Ankur R Jain wrote:

Prasanna Raman wrote:Could you please tell me how I do this?



Yes, please navigate to your user directory (using one of the following default locations) and find .m2 folder down there, go inside it, and delete the repository folder, now clean build the project in your IDE.

Default locations of .m2:

Unix/Mac OS X – ~/.m2
WindowsXP – C:\Documents and Settings\{your-username}\.m2
Windows Vista and above - C:\Users\{your-username}\.m2

Note: .m2 folder might be hidden and you can directly navigate into it by using address bar or use 'show hidden files' option.



Thank you very much, this worked.
 
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Pete Letkeman wrote:I noticed the other day with my SpringBoot 2.0 M7 project that when I start it up the first line in the log shown by IntelliJ is
DEBUG StatusLogger org.slf4j.helpers.Log4jLoggerFactory is not on classpath. Good!
I'm also using Gradle instead of Maven, so this could matter.

What version of SpringBoot are you using Prasanna?

I only say all this because, maybe the absence of the dependency as pointed out by Ankur is not the issue.

I'm using 1.5.9
 
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you Application is in this package: package com.spring.app; which means your Application full path should be package com.spring.app.Application and your error code said com.spring.Application not found. Maybe you should check your run configuration.
 
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Remove <scope>provided</scope> from pom.xml and try re-running. Use provided if you wish to deploy the war to any other standalone tomcat.
 
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