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1.Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘msie’ of undefined
A:The $.browser method has been removed as of jQuery 1.9.
The jQuery.browser() method has been deprecated since jQuery 1.3 and is removed in 1.9. If needed, it is available as part of the jQuery Migrate plugin. We recommend using feature detection with a library such as Modernizr.
— jQuery Core 1.9 Upgrade Guide.
As stated in the Upgrade Guide you can try using the jQuery Migrate plugin to restore this functionality and let jQuery Tools work.
2.The superclass “javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet” was not found on the Java Build Path in Eclipse
A:To include http-servlet into your class path, you have two options:
1. In this solution, you can add desired server runtime into your application as project facet. As runtime servers have already servlet runtime dependencies, they get included into your project and hence error is gone.
2. Another option is include the servlet dependency through maven itself. This will also fix the error.
Recent Maven plugins have generally an help goal to have in the command line the description of the plugin, with their parameters and types. For instance, to understand the javadoc goal, you need to call:
$ mvn javadoc:help -Ddetail -Dgoal=javadoc
It works of course for Maven core plugins. to list all goals of the archetype plugin :
$ mvn archetype:help
And it works also for third party plugins. For example, to display all goals of the spring-boot plugin :