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Himalaya Kaushik
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I am having problem in building my project.
I get an error of 'indirect reference from .class file'.
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Maneesh Godbole
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Try Project clean and build. Looks like project is out of synch.
 
Himalaya Kaushik
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Tried clean and build project but still getting the same error.
 
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Why are you using applets? They are obsolete. How are you starting the application? Do you have a file with the HTML code in?
 
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Is there still the error that start, "The project was not built since its build path..."?  Could you post the entire error description?
 
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In the past I've found that those errors occur in Eclipse when the JVM configured for the project points to something which doesn't exist any more.
 
Himalaya Kaushik
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these are the two errors i am getting.
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Maneesh Godbole
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It's an error about ObjectInputStream which your source code (as per the screen shot) does not even use! That's the reason I had initially suggested a clean build.
If your project is only a single class, can you try deleting the whole project and start fresh?
 
Himalaya Kaushik
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Paul Clapham wrote:In the past I've found that those errors occur in Eclipse when the JVM configured for the project points to something which doesn't exist any more.


how can we resolve that.
 
Himalaya Kaushik
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:It's an error about ObjectInputStream which your source code (as per the screen shot) does not even use! That's the reason I had initially suggested a clean build.
If your project is only a single class, can you try deleting the whole project and start fresh?


okay i'll start it fresh.
 
Maneesh Godbole
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Also in future please do not post screenshots for errors. You can copy paste them here but make sure you UseCodeTags
 
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