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Vamsi Nellore
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Hello,
There is something really weird happening with my WSAD. I am running a normal web project. For some reason, WSAD is not building some of the source files. Even if I do a rebuild all, it doesn't generate the class files. I tried all sorts of things but to no avail. I will appreciate any help in this regard.

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[ June 04, 2004: Message edited by: Vamsi Nellore ]
 
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Vamsi,
Are you checking in the WebContent/WEB-INF/classes folder for the source? If so, check that the java builder is there in the properties.
 
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Jeanne,
Thanks for taking time to answer the query. Actually I didn't quite get what you were trying to say. I have source files in a different location from the class files (which are under the webApplication/WEB-INF/classes folder). Only a few select source files are not generating class files when re-building the project. There are no compilation errors. However, if I just make some slight modification and save the source file that is not building, at that time it generates a class file for that particular file. As far as I know there are no special dependencies for these group of files.

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Vamsi,
I was trying to make sure you knew where to look for the class files and weren't expecting them to be in the same directory as the source. And clearly you do.

Those few source files probably have an earlier timestamp than the class files. That's why modifying them causes a recompile. If using version control, you can version the modified ones (so they now have a later timestamp) and the problem will go away.
 
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Thanks for your suggestions. I will give it a shot.
 
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