I've been compiling JAXB auto generated code and keep having to hunt down the jar files for specific JAXB packages and or class files. Latest example that the compiler is complaining doesn't exist is "com.sun.msv.datatype.xsd.TimeType". I'm using the latest Netbeans IDE under Windows 2000. Anyone know of a utility and or way in Netbeans to hunt down and or look up these class files?
>> On another note, do you know if likewise there is a utility to show just which classes an application utilizes, and extract them to a temporary directory so that they can be repackaged into one compact
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