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Thread: Quartz Scheduler for JBoss

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    Quartz Scheduler for JBoss

    Can someone plz help me fix this issue...i'am using a quartz scheduler for invoking my Timer.java class in Jboss server but i'am getting the following error :
    java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.apache.commons.collections.SetUtils.orderedSet(Ljava/util/SetLjava/util/Set;


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    I have no idea what a quartz scheduler is but a NoSuchMethodError is thrown during runtime when a method is expected to exist but doesn't. It's usually called in java programs when you try to run them but they don't include a "main" method.

    In this case, java seems to be complaining that the method org.apache.commons.collections.SetUtils.orderedSet doesn't exist. I am guessing this is a JSP question rather than a Java question but the exception should apply to both. Having never worked with JSP, I'm also not sure whether the method given is a JSP-defined method or one that you've made, but if it's yours I'd suggest going over the code.

    Sorry if that wasn't much help.

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    Thnx so much brother..that was of gr8 help.

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    I had the same problem. Updating the the latest version of commons-collections-3.1.jar
    resolved the problem.

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    If the older version of the jar file javart mentioned didn't define that method then it's likely that is the problem. Best to update it anyway; it certainly can't make the problem any worse

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    thnx so much javart and agent...it seems to work now after updating the jar file.

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