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Rational Rose Question. Need help.

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15:00hongjb I have a question about reverse engineering of Java codes
15:01hongjb I have some Java source codes
15:01hongjb For some classes, I can do the reverse engineering.
15:02hongjb However, it fails on some classes.
15:02hongjb The log file says can not resolve qualified name String
15:03hongjb Those classes failed use String as a field.
15:03hongjb I put rt.jar in classpath
15:03hongjb Does somebody know what's going on?
15:05hongjb I can even do the reverse engineering of String. How come Rational Rose can not see String.
15:05starovol classpath in Rose->Tools->Options->Java->Project->Classpath?
15:06hongjb yes
15:06hongjb I put rt.jar there.
15:06hongjb tools ->java -> projectProperty
15:07hongjb I can do the reverse engineering of String which means String is in classpath
15:08hongjb Some of my classes use Serializable and they were reversed.
15:09hongjb I think Rational Rose found Serializable in rt.jar.
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