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Apparently the compiler isn't linking the class libraries when compiling because it can't import
java.io.IOException. I tried setting the include path to the devstudio vj path but no help.
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Your classpath should include the full path to the classes.zip file which contains all the JDK classes. If you compile from the commnad line, set the env. var CLASSPATH, if you compile from within the environment, make sure that the option which controls the classpath is set up correctly.
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