They have got public methods to allow instantiation from other packages. You can reduce it to a warning. Comment 16 Kathy Chan Comment 25 Mark Hutchinson Comment 9 Kathy Chan Comment 22 Amy Wu Comment 17 Mark Hutchinson
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Base64Coder – an open-source Base64 encoder/decoder in Java
Signal these days as well. Also note that this particular import only works with Oracle JVMs.
Comment 4 David Williams Please verify this defect with the latest WTP 3. Possible candidates are for example: I know this is very Old post.
Comment 1 Stephan Michels You can get the org. Comment 20 Kathy Chan Attachments patch for one of the plugins involved: It will run without showing any error. This works because you have multiple classes in different jar files.
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See below for an example how to use it: If the testing went well, then we could add org. Please verify this with the appropriate WTP driver which can be found in: PyDevSRS 6 Comment 7 David Williams Comment 2 Chris Brealey I secured my webservice on tomcat using a long username and password and it gets encoded properly with no newlines and I can log in and test the webservice. Comment 23 Kathy Chan Comment 5 David Williams As to whether or not this should be fixed for WTP 2.
Change it to warning. Comment 12 Kathy Chan Base64; Java 8 example code: I downloaded it from the equinox site and put it in the plugins folder of my eclipse 3.
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You would however be base644encoder a serious error as Sun internal classes shouldn’t be used see below for a short explanation. View All Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. Comment 6 David Williams Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.
Comment 8 Chris Brealey