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Issues with JDK 1.4??

 
Christian Garcia
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I'm banging my head against the desk over here trying to compile my source. The compilation executes without any errors, however, the packages aren't created in the directory structure. I know it's not a classpath problem and I have the correct parameters added to 'javac'. Has anyone else run into this??
TIA,
CG
 
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Originally posted by Christian Garcia:
I'm banging my head against the desk over here trying to compile my source. The compilation executes without any errors, however, the packages aren't created in the directory structure. I know it's not a classpath problem and I have the correct parameters added to 'javac'. Has anyone else run into this??
TIA,
CG

Christian,
I'm suprised you're having this problem. What OS are you on? Also, have you tried feeding in the path explicitly?
M
 
Michael Ciaccio
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I and possibly others may want to see your CLASSPATH, (echo $CLASSPATH, (unix)), a snapshot of your directory structure, ls -lR(unix), the source code (the package statement would be of immediate interest) the complete listing will do no harm. Your command line for compilation javac ...... anything else relevant to your issue.
Good Luck -
Michael Ciaccio B.Sc.
SUN Certified Programmer for the JAVA 2 Platform
Java Consultant
Menfi Systems Incorporated
Originally posted by Christian Garcia:
I'm banging my head against the desk over here trying to compile my source. The compilation executes without any errors, however, the packages aren't created in the directory structure. I know it's not a classpath problem and I have the correct parameters added to 'javac'. Has anyone else run into this??
TIA,
CG
 
Christian Garcia
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I'm working on WIN2K w/ SP2. I uninstalled JDK 1.3 and did a fresh install for JDK 1.4. Since then (yesterday) I've had this problem. If this is the 1st time the issue has come up I'll do some more digging around on my system to see if there's some anomaly.
CG
 
Christian Garcia
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Problem fixed. I re-installed JDK 1.4 and the packages were created. There must have been a conflict amongst the binaries.
Thanks for help.
CG
 
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