java.lang.VerifyError: Verifier rejected class. Code working fine in debug mode, but not throwing this error in release mode

Please help on this error.Below is error logcat: Caused by: java.lang.VerifyError: Verifier rejected class edu.mit.jwi.morph.SimpleStemmer: java.util.List edu.mit.jwi.morph.SimpleStemmer.getNounCollocationRoots(java.lang.String) failed to verify: java.util.List edu.mit.jwi.morph.SimpleStemmer.getNounCollocationRoots(java.lang.String): [0x50] register v6 has type Reference: java.lang.Object but expected Precise Reference: java.lang.String java.util.List edu.mit.jwi.morph.SimpleStemmer.getVerbCollocationRoots(java.lang.String) failed to verify: java.util.List edu.mit.jwi.morph.SimpleStemmer.getVerbCollocationRoots(java.lang.String): [0x60] register v7 has type Reference: java.lang.Object but expected Precise Reference: java.lang.String

If you need a server to store HTML and java script code, then what is the use of the block chain?

I have been studying block chain for a while, and I came to know that decentralisation of data is its greatest pros. From my understanding, if block chain is massively adopted in the future, we will no longer need servers, since everything will be stored on the block chain. Currently, we can store solidity smart…

How to Parse Data from a Table with No Obvious Class IDs using Javascript in Eclipse

I am trying to parse data from sites with a format similar to this one to retrieve surface observation for weather stations using Jscript (https://mesowest.utah.edu/cgi-bin/droman/meso_base_dyn.cgi?stn=KSLC&unit=0&timetype=GMT) I have developed a script that allows me to take user input of any site and parse the title and a brief description, but I don’t appear to be able…

Schema-based multitenancy: getting “java.sql.SQLException: No database selected” from time to time

My code written in Java, and I using Spring JDBC Template for accessing MySQL database. My system is a multi-tenant and each tenant has its own dedicated schema in MySQL (e.g. “tenant_1”, “tenant_2”, etc). This is how database connection being initialized: During bootstrap, I creating a bean exposing DataSourceTransactionManager, which is initialized by DataSource configured…