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anyone knows about adding JTAPI libraries into netbeans 5?

 
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anyone knows how can i add JTAPI libraries into my project in netbeans?i can use the auto import in netbeans when i use import javax.telephony.*; with it's javadoc shown.but netbeans still issuing an error when i try to compile my file.any ideas?
 
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just poping up my post
 
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Moving to "IDEs, Version Control, and other Tools."
 
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sorry for posting this topic at other java API's,i did not see the IDE's forum.sorry about that again.
 
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Right click on project
select libraries
select add JAR/Folder
then add you jar files to your project.

a better way is to create a library for Telephony APIs and then add that library to the project.
 
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i did that already and i could use auto complete when i wrote import javax.telephony.*; ,also i could see those libraries implementations inside netbeans but the problem is netbeans keeps saying package javax.telephony.*; does not exsist.(both when developing it made a red line and when compiling it gave the same message.)
 
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when i compiled a file called M.java with the import line:
import javax.telephony.*;
after setting the CLASSPATH environment variable it showed no error.so this got to be inside netbeans.
 
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