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Please post the actual compiler message and the line of code at which it occurs, with enough surrounding code to give it context.
But it sounds more like an exception at runtime to me. I've never heard of a compiler needing a 'connection factory client'.
I appreciate your help, the problem is not as code shows no problem except if you Google me requesting the certificate MD5 and usually takes the keytool SHA1, hence it generates the error on Google Maps
The SHA1 and not useful for any please ApiKey
Programs that use Java 7, android and eclipse
If the code is no problem you didn't get this error when you compiled the project at all. You got it when you executed it. Don't misdescribe exceptions as compile errors, and don't post about them in the compiler forum. It just wastes everybody's time, including your own, and minimizes your chance of getting a relevant answer.
I will repeat. Please post the actual error message and the surrounding code. Now that we know it's an exception please post the full stack trace.
Moving this to the JSSE forum where it evidently always belonged.
The original error is
text "couldn´t get connection factory client"
cat in the eclipse log
may be because I have no md5 or may happen
The original error is:Those are not error messages. They are traces printed by your code.
text "couldn´t get connection factory client"Text of what?
cat in the eclipse logMeaningless to me but it's not an error message.
may be because I have no md5 or may happenThat's not even English.
I note that there is no such message here as appears in your title. You have just mangled outputs, error messages, and magic numbers together until the result is completely unrecognizable. This is a complete waste of time, like everything else you have posted here. After several posts we still have no idea what you are talking about, because you haven't answered any of the questions you were asked. You were asked several times to post the full exception, stack trace, and surrounding code. Instead you just seem determined to waste everybody's time.
Locking this futile thread.