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Java Open Client unknown method getTlvString


TitleJava Open Client unknown method getTlvString
URL Namejava-open-client-unknown-method-gettlvstring
Article Number000118089
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.2B
OS: Linux
Question/Problem Description
Java servlet code which uses Open Client was regenerated in OpenEdge 10.2B using bproxygen on Linux.  When the servlet is called from a browser an unknown method exception is generated by Tomcat.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Progress.jar and o4glrth.jar exist in the servlets lib directory
Error MessageunknownMethod: getTlvString
Defect/Enhancement Number
An extra jar file was included in the servlets lib directory, however, this jar included the extracted contents of the progress.jar file from OpenEdge 11.7.  This version was found first by Tomcat and caused the error.
Ensure that user created jar files do not contain the contents of our jar files.
Last Modified Date9/24/2019 6:29 PM
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