Jesse Shapiro wrote:Hi!
I'd really like to embark on a career in programming and thought getting an SCJA might be a great step forward. I'm a little worried though because I've only taken a few programming classes. A programming theory class (all pseudo code and algorithms), Java 1 (Selections, Operators, Loops, Methods, Arrays, Object Oriented, Classes, Strings and Text I/O, Inheritance and Polymorphism), and Web Scripting Languages, and did really well in all of them. Do you think that comprehending, memorizing, and practicing the content from an SCJA study guide alone would be enough for me to pass the exam? Or do I just not have a wide enough Java base at this point to jump into exam prep and maybe need to take a Java level 2 course first?
Thanks for the direction!
-unsatisfied sys admin
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I'm not sure. Your classpath looks right now.
Is "moneyx" in your code/directory anywhere? It almost looks like the code was compiled as if it were in the moneyx package and now is being run without that.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Try:
The current directory isn't in the classpath in your example.
Also, note that the swingui runner has been removed in JUnit 4.X. At that point, you'll have to use the IDE runner if you want a green bar.
Tim Holloway wrote:Normally Ant comes self-contained, although you can add extensions. However, Red Hat turned darned near every jarkarta project and quite a few other things into separate RPMS. Which is a bit over-granular for me, but such is life. Yum would have resolved any dependencies.
Check to make sure that you're really running the Sun JVM and not gcj. Use the "java -version" command.
Tim Holloway wrote:No, I've never seen that happen. What platform are you building on, and if it's Linux, are you using the gcj Java or a "real" java?
It's also possible that the jars didn't install. For example, if you unzipped the Ant download and the disk filled up while in the middle of the extraction process.
Aaron Liu wrote:Edit your xml file using a text editor. At the very beginning of the first line, look for and delete any leading spaces.
The following first line of the xml must not have any spaces or characters before the first "><" in the line.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Try the import again.
I hope it's useful to you.