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. Jakarta Commons Codec is probably the safest bet. Comment 11 Kathy Chan Comment 12 Kathy Chan Since Java 8 we now have a much better Base64 Support. Downvoted this sorry EJP because it doesn’t explain how the answer should be applied or why the error occurred in the first place.
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java – import 64Encoder results in error compiled in Eclipse – Stack Overflow
Comment 7 David Williams I don’t know why, but the following solved the problem: Comment 5 David Williams That error is caused by your Eclipse configuration. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Comment 20 Kathy Chan Email Required, but never shown. Also note that this particular import only works with Oracle JVMs.
Comment 24 Kathy Chan Base64 in the Web Service Explorer I am still trying to figure out the best way to base64encodwr this and David’s patch. Change it to warning.
Mohsin Khan 14 1 6. Yes, find it here: Comment 21 Amy Wu For the WSE patch I verified that using the new encoder solves the problem Andrew fixed in misv I don’t know why, but the following solved the problem:.
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Base64; Java 8 example code: Thanks Ryan, now corrected. You can reduce it to a warning.
Jon Skeet k BASE64Encoder you can import java. Comment 17 Mark Hutchinson Please verify this with the appropriate WTP driver which can be found in: Comment 15 David Williams It would be useful to document the source of speed claims like that. Comment 13 Peter Moogk StaticBR 1 5 Let’s try for M3. Home New Browse Search [?