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Trying to read from excel file with JUnit but get error message "The constructor SpreadsheetData(InputStream) refers to the missing type InvalidFormatException"

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Trying to read from excel file with JUnit but get error message "The constructor SpreadsheetData(InputStream) refers to the missing type InvalidFormatException"

Post by AndersK on Wed Apr 01, 2015 12:06 am

Hi!

I am learning Selenium by the book Selenium testing tool cookbook and using Java(JUnit). Putting up the class Excel Testdata we create the method
Code:
@Parameters
    public static Collection testData() throws Exception {
        InputStream spreadsheet = new FileInputStream("C:/Users/AndersTest/Documents/data.xls");
 return new SpreadsheetData(spreadsheet).getData();
    }
 

But here I get an error saying: "The constructor SpreadsheetData(InputStream) refers to the missing type InvalidFormatException"
i e
Code:
new SpreadsheetData(spreadsheet)
is redmarked. How do I get around this? // Anders

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Re: Trying to read from excel file with JUnit but get error message "The constructor SpreadsheetData(InputStream) refers to the missing type InvalidFormatException"

Post by AndersK on Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:57 pm

OK I fixed it. I had put the extra files needed in the wrong build path. So, I don't need any help here.
Thanks, Anders

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