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I need to convert a HTML table with styling to an .XLSX file.
I managed to do that using the free version of GemBox.Spreadsheet, for now I don't mind the limitation of the free version but the problem is that numbers are considered as text when I open the Excel file. Is there any solution to that without manually opening the Excel file and converting them myself ? Or even a free alternative to GemBox library ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-26 at 09:27
The problem occurs because the
Try removing the
This issue is now resolved in the current latest bugfix version: https://www.gemboxsoftware.com/spreadsheet/nightlybuilds/GBS47v1336.zip
And in the current latest NuGet package:
Install-Package GemBox.Spreadsheet -Version 47.0.1336-hotfix
Tried to follow the answers to other similar questions here, unfortunately, to no avail. We are upgrading our application from JAVA 7 to JAVA 17. The code compiles just fine, the problem is when we try to run the .war file on apache-tomee-plume-8.0.8. JAVA_HOME is set properly: JAVA_HOME
As well as path: PATH
Here is the log error message:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-11 at 16:53
The problem has nothing to do with Java being unable to read your Java 17-compiled classes. Looking at the stack trace, the problem is that
org.apache.xbean.asm9.ClassReader is unable to read your class file. This particular ClassReader is one that TomEE uses to load your application. It is not surprising that TomEE can't read Java 17 applications, since the last release was in August, before Java 17 came out. It was itself compiled using an older version of Java. Hopefully a future version of TomEE will fix this issue.
I would like to align the elements of my navbar vertically on large screens and horizontally on small screens. This works well, except on small screens one element is not top-aligned but slightly moved downwards (see image). How do I get the elements of the horizontal navbar top-aligned? I would like the "Publications" element to be top-aligned with the "Teaching" and "Home" elements.
align: top to different CSS environments had no effect.
Thank you for your help.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-26 at 03:35
I am trying to create a simple Rest API with Java 11, jax-rs and Tomee Plume 9 for the server.
After many conflicts between
jakarta.X, I was finally able to compile the project.
But when I try to run it on Intellij Idea, I get a 404 error on all my requests...
I have no errors in the logs.
Here my web.xml:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-31 at 13:09
You are using a version of
swagger, which does not support the
jakarta namespace. You have to upgrade to
2.1.7 or higher and add the related
-jakarta suffix to the artifact descriptors. In addition, you are using an unsupported jackson, which does not support
jakarta as well. You have to switch to
jackson-jakarta-rs-providers (see details below).
To reproduce the deployment process I quickly added the following plugin configuration to your pom.xml to run TomEE from within Maven via
overflow:scroll; property doesn't provide large scrolling depth. Unable to see the hidden data as scrollbar doesn't scroll enough.
My github link for the code is below. https://github.com/krishnasai3cks/portfolio...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-13 at 07:36
display: flex property from this class will fix it.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-17 at 15:18
Try this approach. As no data was shared I can not test it. Taking into account the sage advice from @GregorThomas it is better to store data in a list like this:
I have included TomEE with Eclipse in order to start developing dynamic web projects (I am still new to it).
Before adding the project to the TomEE server, I am able to start it without any problem.
But when I add the project to the server and try to run it I get the error:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Unsupported class file major version 58
- Changing the server port number
- Deleting and recreating the server
- Checking the
web.xmlfile to make sure the servlet mapping is fine
- Reconfiguring the project's target runtime
- Reconfiguring the runtime environments of eclipse
- TomEE: v8.0.3 plume
- JDK: 15.0.1
- Eclipse: 4.17.0
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-06 at 13:50
You have mentioned your version is JDK: 15.0.1 and the project's Java Facet is 14.
- Java 13 uses major version 57
- Java 14 uses major version 58
- Java 15 uses major version 59
I have a diagram of stars from a stellar catalog, showing luminosity against temperature:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-28 at 20:58
Based on your current code, you can change the
scatter call to something like this:
I'm trying to run TomEE in Docker. It works with
tomee:8-jre-7.1.0-plume image but not with
Problem seems to be related to JPA/PersistenceUnit. This is my
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-14 at 08:42
The final image
8.0.1-plume is now out and my application is deployed and starts normally with that.
It was just a problem with M3 beta image
I wrote a bokeh based package, to plot cluster heatmaps with as many horizontal and vertical annotation bars as needed.
Everything worked fine till bokeh version 1.1. Since bokeh version 1.1 the horizontal annotation bar align no longer properly. This is a major problem for my package.
Is there a way to get the before version 1.1 behavior back with more recent versions of bokeh? (the latest version is bokeh 1.4.)
This is a code example to show what I mean:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-17 at 06:58
Your best bet with the new layout system is to set a common
min_border_left value that is large enough to accommodate either axis.
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