classpath in .netbean ...

Hi Experts,

    Does anyone know how to set "classpath" in .netbean ??? Thanks !!!

meow.
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CEHJConnect With a Mentor Commented:
"You can mount a JAR file as a filesystem in the IDE by right-clicking the root filesystem node and choosing Mount > Archive File."
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CEHJCommented:
At a guess (before somebody gives you the real answer), since IDEs hide their classpath from the user, it will almost certainly centre around 'add jar to project' or some such
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objectsCommented:
to add a jar I think you right click on file system and select option to add jar
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objectsConnect With a Mentor Commented:
So you need to mount the directories/jars into your project from the filesystem window.
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objectsCommented:
no need to repeat whats already been posted :)
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zzynxSoftware engineerCommented:
I answered in your previous Q ;°)
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CEHJCommented:
>>no need to repeat whats already been posted :)

Nothing has been repeated. Advice up to that point was simply sketchy
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objectsCommented:
> Advice up to that point was simply sketchy

would hardly call netbeans doco to be sketchy.


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CEHJCommented:
8-)
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objectsCommented:
The accepted answer was actually copied from the link I posted earlier :D
Good to see it helped you.
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zzynxSoftware engineerCommented:
Fortunately, again a question author appreciates/awards a finer comment.
Really nice :°)

>> no need to repeat whats already been posted
Apparently it *was* useful for the author :°)

Which illustrates that our expert - thinking that once he made a comment no one else should even dare to think
about explaining in detail something mentioned in that hasty comment - should objectively rethink his attitude.
;°)

>>The accepted answer was actually copied from the link I posted earlier
:D
Of course you could have posted a link to a whole book about how using netBeans. That also answers this Q.
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