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adding libraries into a netbeans project?

 
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guys i added JTAPI libraries into my netbeans project using the libraries node from the projects window.anyway i could use the auto complete feature when i typed import javax.telephony.*;
and could see implementations in this package but the problem is netbeans keeps marking the import line as a red line so i tryed to compile my java file the compiler issues an error with this message.
package javax.telephony.*; does not exsist.
any ideas?i've been into this for three days.i have looked all over the net and could not find a solution to my problem.
 
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This sounds like a NetBeans issue, so I'm moving the thread to our IDE forum.
 
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