JBuilder is kinda funny when using packages. Did you use a Class Wizard to add this class to your project? When you did so, did you also include the correct package in the Wizard? You might have some luck just removing this class from your project (be sure to save a copy of it somewhere external), then using the Class Wizard to add it to your project, being sure to specify the correct package when using the Wizard. Any luck?
Dick, I decided to just e-mail you a zipped project file. That way you can see what's going on quicker. I think your suggestion worked a little bit, but when the message about the paths not matching went away another error message came up about unresolved class or something like that. [ June 29, 2003: Message edited by: Kevin Knowles ] P.S. - just thought I would note that the package should be in a "subdirectory underneath the root directory from which javi is run". I don't know how important that is because the packages meet that criteria I think. [ June 29, 2003: Message edited by: Kevin Knowles ]
posted 17 years ago
Someone in a different fourm said it had something to do with case sensitivenes. I don't see how that applies here, the cases match. ??? ??? [ June 30, 2003: Message edited by: Kevin Knowles ]
I meet a question with jb9. When I code in jb8,there's package codeinsight. When u type java and then type ".",a pop-up window show some package like util,sql and text. But I can't find this feature in jb9(or sth of my pc is wrong?).In the jb9,other codeinsight are ok(like method and parameter). Can anybody explain this???