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seema pal
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Joined: Nov 17, 2005
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hi sir
i download autoupdater souce code and we compile through javac but not find
package...the error given below..
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Autochecker.java:19: package org.openide.util does not exist
import org.openide.util.NbBundle;
^
Autochecker.java:21: package org.openide.awt does not exist
import org.openide.awt.StatusDisplayer;
^
Autochecker.java:23: package org.openide.filesystems does not exist
import org.openide.filesystems.*;
^
Autochecker.java:32: package Wizard does not exist
Wizard.Validator {
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i want to know where r my package placed.....
plz give ans soon...
Jesper de Jong
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Joined: Aug 16, 2005
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You have to put the classes or JAR file that contains the org.openide package and subpackages in the classpath.

Since those are not standard Java API classes, I can't tell you where to find them. Doesn't the documentation or source code you're trying to compile contain more information on where to find those packages?


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