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    Aug 2005

    Unhappy Compilation prob (Classpath)

    I have a compilation prob here. I try to compile the file in location C:\aspmclient\src\com\xx\aspm\classes with the proper classpath settings. However I get the following compilation error -

    C:\upmclient\src\com\xx\upm\classes>javac AAGUDServlet.java
    AAGUDServlet.java:108: cannot resolve symbol
    symbol  : class ASPMServiceFacadePortType
    location: class com.xx.upm.classes.AAGUDServlet
                ASPMServiceFacadePortType myProxy = (ASPMServiceFacadePortType) aspmService.getPort(new QNa
    I have set the classpath to point to this class like -

    set classpath = .;%CLASSPATH%;C:\aspmclient\src\com\xx\aspm\ejb;

    where C:\aspmclient\src\com\xx\aspm\ejb is the location of the needed classes and yet it still shows the same error. I checked the classpath and it includes the abovepath. I dont know what is causing the prob.

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by man_25; 08-22-2005 at 01:44 AM.

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