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Action class not found

 
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Hi!

I am having a really strange error. I changed the name of an action class. Afterwards, I changed the name in the struts-config.xml, so that the system knows how to access to the new Action class. However, when the browser must access that action I get a:



I don't know why it can't find it. In struts-config.xml, if I press Ctrl and place the mouse on the Action class, I get a link to the Action class!

Please help, I am sure it is a very silly mistake.
 
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Solved! I cleaned and rebuilt the project and it works now . Just one question, I get a red cross in the project folder, as if I am having an error somewhere in the project but then, there is no folder or package with the red cross. Is there any way to know exactly where the error is?

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Please ask IDE questions in the IDE forum.

And when you do, it'd be a good idea to mention which IDE you're using, otherwise it's really difficult to give a meaningful answer. In Eclipse, look in the "Problems" tab.
 
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