How to use POI. This will display the Project Properties Dialog. I hope this will help someone who ran into this kind of Exception. Thank You so much for the reply.
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I often just make a "lib" directory in the project, but for Eclipse, the exact location isn't important except for one thing - if you keep the POI jars within the project, use the "Add JARS" button to define them to the project. Finally, add the poifsfilesgstem jars to your classpath, and you'll be good to go! This configuration will get an error: Also, patience is a virtue. Email Required, but never shown.
How to poifsvilesystem the POI package into java directory? Check the version of your jars, you are mixing different versions. I have tried that using the classpath thing it doesn't work can you please help on where the mistake may be? Tiina 1, 1 17 Use the forum where it is intented for. Where you keep the libraries is up to you.
You almost certainly have an older version of POI on your classpath. It doesn't matter where you put those libraries, but you will need to have them in your classpath during compilation and at runtime.
From the very beginning, poi-ooxml and poi version must be identical. An average IDE calls it "build path". OK, that was it. After some experiment, I found out the root case is the poi.
I get an error that says the imported package does not exists. I got same problems like you,the solution is you need to import all jar files to run your program. I don't appreciate this this way of communicating.
Thank You so much for the reply. In the Navigator view, right-click the icon that defines the root of the project has the project's name. I am confused as to where to place it so that my jad can succesfully compile.
You're pushing me to respond. I have a code for adding watermark to existing. What has almost certainly happened is that you have added a new copy of POI to your classpath, but an older version was already there from an earlier need, your framework etcand Java is now getting confused about which one to use.
I will take care of putting my queries in a better way in the future.
I got this error today: Just to complete the answer with another tip, I had the same problem with POI version 3. Object will be show an error as an undefined type.
How to include the POI package into java directory ? (IDEs and Version Control forum at Coderanch)
Sign up using Facebook. Firstly, you'll want to use a snippet of code like this to work out where POI is coming from: