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Shanky Sohar
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hi,

i am facing some error in my project............
there are around 100 error and each errors say logging manager cannot be resolved

and also 1 error is coming which says that
The declared package "com.strategic.mapping" does not match the expected package "src.com.strategic.mapping"
......

Could you please help me out with this as it is becoming a nightmare for me to rsolve these errors




 
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each errors say logging manager cannot be resolved

Post one of these error message here. You might have a missing JAR file.
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:
each errors say logging manager cannot be resolved

Post one of these error message here. You might have a missing JAR file.


the error which is coming is
"logging manager cannot be resolved"

Which jar is missing could you please figure the for me........
 
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the error which is coming is "logging manager cannot be resolved"

Coming from where ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:
the error which is coming is "logging manager cannot be resolved"

Coming from where ?



public LoggingManager getDefaultLoggingManager()
{
if(m_defaultLogging == null)
{
m_defaultLogging = (LoggingManager)SaAppData.getGlobalObject(DEFAULT_LOGGING);
if(m_defaultLogging == null)
{
if(SaDebug.getEnabled())
SaDebug.log(this, "getDefaultLoggingManager", "creating default logging manager");
m_defaultLogging = new LoggingManager();
SaAppData.setGlobalObject(DEFAULT_LOGGING, m_defaultLogging);
}
}
return m_defaultLogging;
}



here m_defaultLogging is giving every error........

 
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here m_defaultLogging is giving every error........

When does the error come from ? When you compile the source ? Where is the error message shown ? In a log ? In an editor ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:
here m_defaultLogging is giving every error........

When does the error come from ? When you compile the source ? Where is the error message shown ? In a log ? In an editor ?


in eclipse.......problems..........
 
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In Eclipse ? Can you make a screen copy image and attach it to your post ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:In Eclipse ? Can you make a screen copy image and attach it to your post ?


i just removed the project and load it again...........and it gets removed..........
thanks for your reply,..........
 
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I know this is a little late, but here goes anyway...

phil sohan wrote:and also 1 error is coming which says that
The declared package "com.strategic.mapping" does not match the expected package "src.com.strategic.mapping"

This error means that you have the wrong "source directory". My guess is that the project directory got marked as a source directory instead of the src directory. To fix this, right-click the project and unmark it as a source directory, then right-click on src and mark it as a source directory. I suspect this might also fix the other errors you got.
 
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