ibm jdk and swing??

just wanted to know whether ibm jdk supports
swing 1.1.1 by default ... or u have to explicitly
install it ....  i am using ibmjdk1.1.8...??
i tried to compile an app which used JFrame..  it gave me the error: Package javax.swing not found in import.
import javax.swing.*;
       ^ Superclass JFrame of class CGUI not found.
class CGUI extends JFrame{
any ideas.......
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you have to download Swing 1.1 from and add swingall.jar to your classpath

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feluAuthor Commented:
i got it .. thanx heyhey ....
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