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error: not a valid directory

 
sahar sa
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Dear friends
I had my project in one computer and know that i copy it to my laptop it throws me this error:
do you know what may cause this error? an how can i solve it?

thank you in advance,
sahar
 
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I don't know if this might be the cause, but try to move your project to a directory without spaces in it.
 
sahar sa
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Dear friend
Still the error is there, I wonder why it prints out the address of the directory which was on my previouse pc ? (previousley my program was on C:\Documents and Settings\student\Desktop\project incomplete\1-work On\BookTrading\BookTrading )
because the program is already in :C:\testTrading\BookTrading\BookTrading\

any suggestion?
thank you
sahar
 
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The path must be hard-coded in build-impl.xml. Try to change it.
 
sahar sa
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Dear
im sorry if it's a silly question but Im really new in this one.
the mentioned path address is not exist in build.xml file so I couldn't find where should I change! can you tell me which line I should change?
here is the content of built.xml


thank you so much!
sahar
 
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The top line says "GENERATED FROM project.xml". Did you try to regenerate the files on your machine ?
 
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Also, it seems that it gets a bunch of properties from external properties files : nbproject/project.properties, nbproject/private/private.properties. Check them.
 
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Not "beginning" question. Moving thread.
 
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