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JAI Installation

 
neelam aggarwal
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heyyyy i have downloaded the following software--- JDK 7+NetBeans Bundle from the following link--http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html

now i want to add the JAI as i am using jai feature in my program ...now my program is showing the following error-- "package javax.media.jai doesnot exist".

i have downloaded some jai-1_1_3-lib-windowsi586.exe..

but after installing the error did not removed...

please suggest me what all things i need to install and where i need to install them...(location)
 
neelam aggarwal
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please replyyyyyyyyy guyzzzzzz
 
Tim Moores
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Did you add any jar files to your compile-time and runtime classpaths? My JAI installation came with a file called jai_core.jar that contains that package (and another one called jai_codec.jar that probably contains accessory classes).
 
neelam aggarwal
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nops.. as i m using netbeans i think there is no need to set classpath as i have not set any and till now executed many programs... can you give the link from where these jar files can be downloaded and also the place where they are stored... thanks..
 
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Assuming that you installed the JAI files you downloaded those jar files should be somewhere on your hard disk.

It does not matter how you compile or run a program - a classpath is involved, and it needs to contain all jar files the code needs. The NetBeans documentation will tell you how to do that with NB.
 
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neelam aggarwal wrote:heyyyy.. replyyyyyyyyy guyzzzzzz.. nops..m...

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