Hey there, I just updated an application from Mendix 5 to Mendix 7, appstore modules included. When trying to run the app I get Java compilation errors, including this: Buildfile: C:\Users\User\Documents\Mendix\PWN natuurbeheer-main_Zeven\deployment\build_core.xml compile: [javac] Compiling 335 source files to C:\Users\User\Documents\Mendix\PWN natuurbeheer-main_Zeven\deployment\run\bin [javac] C:\Users\User\Documents\Mendix\PWN natuurbeheer-main_Zeven\javasource\communitycommons\StringUtils.java:313: error: method randomAlphanumeric in class RandomStringUtils cannot be applied to given types; [javac] String totalChars = RandomStringUtils.randomAlphanumeric(minLen - fixedNumber, maxLen - fixedNumber); [javac] ^ [javac] required: int [javac] found: int,int [javac] reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length Haven't been able to find an answer over here or on StackOverflow/Github yet, so I was wondering if anyone over here might have a clue as to what this means/how I can solve this. Thanks!
Nils de Vries
Do you have any older versions then 3.5 of commons-lang3 jar file in userlib folder?
Edwin van Elk
Reimport the Appstore module CommunityCommons, overwriting the existing one. That should do the trick.
Tim v Steenbergen
in the error it says the method accepts only one int whereas the arguments gave is two int values check your java actions
of PWN natuurbeheer-main_Zeven, and try reframing it , don't know this may help you
I have the same problem when I’m trying to migrate an application from Mendix 7 to Mendix 8.
I can fix this reimporting SAML and Community Modules from the App Store and overwrite my libs.