Hi Nick,
thanks a lot for your kind reply - the OSGi bundle is exactly what I was
looking for and made the whole thing working, thanks a lot! :)
All the best!


On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 5:29 PM, Nick Burch <apa...@gagravarr.org> wrote:

> On Wed, 12 Oct 2016, Simone Tripodi wrote:
>> while upgrading the system where I've been working on, I updated Apache
>> POI
>> to version 3.15, then Tika (currently tika-parsers-1.7, I am
>> testing tika-parsers-1.14-SNAPSHOT)
> You can't just upgrade one jar. You need to use all of the POI jars
> together from the same version, all of their required dependencies, and the
> matching Tika jars for that POI version. Oh, and the other Tika
> dependencies for the other parsers!
> For testing, you could just get the Tika App jar, pop that on your
> classpath in place of all the Tika + Tika dependency jars, then test. To
> upgrade fully, you should either use a dependency management system like
> Maven or Gradle, or the OSGi bundle with an OSGi framework
> Nick

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