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JDOM and JBuilder3

Raul Quintero

Joined: Feb 18, 2000
Posts: 7
Can anyone explain to me the process of adding the JDOM files to a project using JBuilder 3? I want to add it using a library. Here is what I did.
On my existing project, I added a libray called JDOM using the project/properties menu option. For classpath and sourcepath, I used "C:\jdom\src" as the paths. I then import the ";"
When I work on a file, I can import the files, and JBuilder finds them without any problem, but it won't compile. I get this error:
"cannot access class; neither class nor source found for"
Any help would be appreciated.
Cynthia Yao
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Joined: Nov 06, 2000
Posts: 92
in JBuilder, under project \ project property - paths - required library. You can create a new library, which point to you jdom.jar. Add that library to your project required library. At compile, please check that jar file is included.
I think that will solve u problem
Raul Quintero

Joined: Feb 18, 2000
Posts: 7
Got it, thanks. My .jar file was corrupted.
Thanks again!
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