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Urgent -- help please.. mapping unix project folder in JDeveloper

 
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Hi everyone,
I have installed Jdeveloper debugger in Windows XP professional. My project folder is in Unix system. I could open my project folder in the Jdeveloper installed in Windows XP because i have done network mapping. But whenever I goto project settings, jdeveloper gives me error message " invalid K:\project\COM". where project\COM is under my home dir of UNIX system and I have mapped it to K drive and I can access K:\project\COM in Windows explore.
I am not able to do any project setup in the Jdeveloper for K:\project\COM because Jdeveloper is saying it is invalid. But under project settings--common--input paths--java source paths, i can access K:\project\COM. Please suggest me how to proceed.
thanks
 
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Originally posted by jyothi karkala:
Hi everyone,
I have installed Jdeveloper debugger in Windows XP professional. My project folder is in Unix system. I could open my project folder in the Jdeveloper installed in Windows XP because i have done network mapping. But whenever I goto project settings, jdeveloper gives me error message " invalid K:\project\COM". where project\COM is under my home dir of UNIX system and I have mapped it to K drive and I can access K:\project\COM in Windows explore.
I am not able to do any project setup in the Jdeveloper for K:\project\COM because Jdeveloper is saying it is invalid. But under project settings--common--input paths--java source paths, i can access K:\project\COM. Please suggest me how to proceed.
thanks


mmm... I am running JDev under both W2K and Mandrake 9.1. I use CVSNT and WinCVS or Tortoise on W2K and Cervesia under MDK. Runs great. It is faster running under MDK.
You might try putting the path in double quotes and also doubling up on the backslashes.
 
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