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  • "gaetaconsulting" started this thread

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Date of registration: Jan 6th 2010

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Thursday, January 7th 2010, 3:43pm

References CLASSPATH


Not sure if is it an error, but when I reopen a project I have been losing my directory reference which I have my java classes.

Is there any tip to keep it on each reopen?

Thank you



  • "A1880" is male

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Thursday, January 7th 2010, 9:47pm

When you save your current Jabaco project, all ClassPath entries are stored as XML tags in the *.jba project file.


Source code

<ClassPath Name="C:/a1880/jutil/iText2.1.7/iText-2.1.7.jar"/>

Have you actively saved (Ctrl-S) your project after defining ClassPath entries?
In case it is a Jabaco IDE error, it would be interesting to know if there was something special with your entry.
Special characters or blanks in the path? Other circumstances you can reproduce and tell us?



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