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classpath Ques

 
pradeepta chopra
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given the following directory structure



current directory is bin
when i run the following command it gives an error

javac -cp test\myApp test\GetJar.java

Error:cannot access Foo.java
Bad class file test\myApp\Foo.java
file does not contain class Fooplease remove or make sure it appears in the current subdirectory of the classpath.



what does the above error mean??
 
Ankit Garg
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modify your command as

javac -cp test test\GetJar.java

then try it...
 
pradeepta chopra
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Now it says
cannot find symbol
symbol:class FOO

 
Ankit Garg
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just archive the whole directory and upload it on rapidshare. Then provide a link so that I can solve your problem...
 
joseph gonzales
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Hi pradeepta

try to import myApp.Foo; in the GetJar class because the Foo.java is located in different package and because of that GetJar class cannot able to find the Foo class. I've tried this and it works fine..




preparing SCJP
[ November 06, 2008: Message edited by: joseph gonzales ]
 
saiharsha peddinti
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Hi Pradeepta,

Better import the Package in which we have the Foo.java or else give the complete path of Foo after Extends statement as


public class GetJar extends myapp.Foo

or
include import myapp;


the problem you are facing here is that the GetJar tries to extend Foo which GetJar supposes that it will be in the same package but there is no Foo avaialble in test; instead it is present in sub package myapp.
 
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