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Jc Frane
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I really don't know what this problem means.

I try coding but nothing seems to change in output once I run my code.

Here what the Netbeans said once I run my program:

Warning: masasystem\AddMemberFXMLController.java modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\MASASystem.java modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\ViewMembersFXMLController.java modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\fxmls\ViewMembersFXML.fxml modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\fxmls\ViewMembersFXML.fxml.bak modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\fxmls\arrow.png modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\models\Member.java modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\queries\Queries_Member.java modified in the future.
Warning: masasystem\queries\Query.java modified in the future.


It successfully compiles and run. But as i've said, I change my code and the nothing seems to change.

I am using javafx, but I think it is not the problem.

Anyone can help me how to solve this problem?

Thank you so much!

Cheers!
 
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I would suggest you scrap netbeans and try compiling from the command line.
 
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Are you working with multiple platforms - workstation, file server, build server, etc.? I've seen this before when the clocks on the various platform are not in sync.
 
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im just using wamp server and that's all.

can i ask what did you do to solve the problem?

thank you so much!
 
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I ran ntpd on all the boxes to keep the system time on the platforms synchronized.
 
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Is there other solution other than compiling it in a notepad?

thanks.
 
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Jc Frane wrote:Is there other solution other than compiling it in a notepad?


I think it would depend on what is wrong. Are the file dates wrong? Or is your system time wrong? And if you are doing all your changes from the same machine, I would look at the clock on that machine. Perhaps the battery on the motherboard needs replacing.

Henry
 
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