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That error is caused by your Eclipse configuration. You can reduce it to a warning . Better still, use a Base64 encoder that isn't part of a. type BASE64Encoder is not a member of package cab-dep.com [error] def . we do some really funky hacking that would do a conditional import. cab-dep.com cab-dep.com Decoder. cab-dep.com cab-dep.com Decoder.
import cab-dep.com If you insist want to use cab-dep.com64Encoder, in Eclipse, right click on the project, properties -> Java compiler. This page provides Java code examples for cab-dep.com64Encoder. The examples are extracted from open source Java projects. Remember the old days of using cab-dep.com64Encoder and cab-dep.com BASE64Decoder? Later, you went on the internet and found out that.
There are two dependencies from jdk repo (source) on cab-dep.com BASE64Encoder/Decoder jdk9-dev/jdk/src/share/classes/com/sun/jndi/ldap/Obj. java: import. There is no Base64 encoder/decoder in the standard Java SDK class library up to Java 7. The undocumented classes cab-dep.com64Encoder and cab-dep.com sun/misc/BASE64Encoder. My Operative System is Windows 7 Ultimate, Installed Java jdk-9_windows-x64, Installed Eclipse Oxigen 1 win 年10月17日 Go to Window-->Preferences-->Java-->Compiler-->Error/Warnings. Select Deprecated and Restricted API. Change it to warning. Change.