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Dear Java community

while i was trying to compile my project i got the error message.


"PizzaConfig.java": Error #: 750 : initialization error: com.borland.compiler.symtab.LoadError: neither class nor source found for java.lang.Object

Since that point of time, my jbuilder 5 always denies to compile any program, even my old programs, which were already running and weel built.

Can anyone tell me how to override this fault. Is it a jbuilder setting or something else ?.

I am really worried please help me.


Thanx Jakob

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May be your JDK path is wrong. Try to set up it through
Project -> Project Properties >> Paths pane
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Perhaps you moved or deleted the core java files?
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Have you tried reinstalling JBuilder?
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The problem is, that i have already checked the path & that I'm using Java on  Win2000 workstations in our college.

so when i try to log on to any computer, this bug is repeatedly given by the program (Jbuilder- local installation)

so i think that is has something to do with the special user data and of course i can't reinstall jbuilder on all workstations.

any more options ?
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Errr...have you tried moving all of the path information to do with JBuilder from the "User" Environment variables to the "System" ones?

I think JBuilder installs the path settings under the user who installed it...

So logging in as a different user, you might not have the path set right...

hmmm...

Tim.
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