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Lenord Daly wrote:What am I doing wrong? Why can't the compiler resolve/find ITest.class and compile Test.java?
Your compiled ITest class belongs to the com.ibm.. package. It's in the current directory right? Since you are setting the classpath to current directory compiler looks for a package hierarchy as in the package declaration within the current directory. For that to work you should add "-d ." switch to the "javac" when compiling the interface, then the class should compile successfully.