This isn't an error; it's a warning. One cause is using any of the Collections classes without specifying their contained type (generics).
Joined: Jan 30, 2005
Thank you for your reply!
Could you please specify what this would require me to do? What do you mean by specify Collections classes contained type (generic)? I'm not catching on.
Joined: Aug 07, 2003
JDK 5.0 introduced generics, a form of class typing similar to C++'s templates. When you declare a Collection, you can specify the types of objects it can contain.If you'd like to see all the warnings, you can useas the note says.
At least your compiler is the right version as this warning is generated only by 1.5.0 (and up). If you try to run the generated classes and you get an error about incorrect classfile version numbers you need to make sure you don't have an old 1.4 java and/or javaw executable being found on your system path before the 1.5 version is found (can happen on some systems).