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# InputAgent.type() works correctly on all components except ''datebox''' and ''timebox'' in ZK 6 based project?
 
# InputAgent.type() works correctly on all components except ''datebox''' and ''timebox'' in ZK 6 based project?
 
#: Check if '''zats-mimic-ext6.jar''' exists in your project's classpath. If your project depends on ZK 6, you should include that jar.
 
#: Check if '''zats-mimic-ext6.jar''' exists in your project's classpath. If your project depends on ZK 6, you should include that jar.
 
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#  Why the unit test failed when start up and occurred "NoSuchMethodError" or "ClassNotFoundException" on javax.servlet.xxx?
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#: ZATS mimic uses (lite version) Jetty server to emulate whole environment of servlet container for testing. If your class path contains any servlet.jar, it will cause Jetty server to load wrong servlet.jar. You should exclude any servlet.jar from your class path when you running ZATS mimic test.
  
  
  
 
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  1. InputAgent.type() works correctly on all components except datebox' and timebox in ZK 6 based project?
    Check if zats-mimic-ext6.jar exists in your project's classpath. If your project depends on ZK 6, you should include that jar.
  2. Why the unit test failed when start up and occurred "NoSuchMethodError" or "ClassNotFoundException" on javax.servlet.xxx?
    ZATS mimic uses (lite version) Jetty server to emulate whole environment of servlet container for testing. If your class path contains any servlet.jar, it will cause Jetty server to load wrong servlet.jar. You should exclude any servlet.jar from your class path when you running ZATS mimic test.



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