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Undefined package javax

Undefined package javax

Undefined package javax

We seem to be missing a file named "javax.dll" in our installation of Sun Java, because anytime we try to use the statement

          import javax.swing.*;

we get an error that says the Solution Update failed, and in the details window it says "Undefined package javax". We've been searching the internet for information, but the majority of information either lists the methods contained in the "javax.swing" library or shows examples of the import statement used in someone's code. Help!!!



RE: Undefined package javax

i don't known whether Visual J++ can compatible with java2, but i'm sure that javax is imported in java after java1.1.

so maybe you need a newer version of jvc.exe that can compile the new java2 packages include javax.

RE: Undefined package javax

Thanks for the response.  We seem to have fixed the problem, I believe.  I can't say I know what we did differently but we haven't had any more complaints from users.  We have since upgraded to the new version of Java and I'm taking a class on it, anyway, so that will help me understand what we're doing wrong.  I don't think at the time we had downloaded the Java SDK, now "JDK", and I'm not so sure the instructor really knew what she was doing, anyway.  All-in-all it might be good for a few laughs.  

Thanks again...


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