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I have saved a java project on my hard drive and am using Eclipse to work with it.Now, when I try to build it I get several errors like:
javax.ejb cannot be resolved to a type, Divison cannot be resolved to a type(where Divison is  public class).I am not sure how to resolve this, it seems like I do not have my environment correctly setup
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by:Ajay-Singh
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you have to add the jars to the buildpath of the eclipse
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aswam1975,
> I have saved a java project on my hard drive and am using Eclipse to
> work with it.Now, when I try to build it I get several errors like:
> javax.ejb cannot be resolved to a type, Divison cannot be resolved to
> a type(where Divison is  public class).I am not sure how to resolve
> this, it seems like I do not have my environment correctly setup

You need to also include the libraries you used the first time in order to build it. From what I can see you are missing soem j2ee stuff, just put the j2ee jar in a folder where Eclipse can find it.
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by:aswam1975
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thanks- what is the jar for javax.ejb?
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It should be j2ee.jar, or depends on the application server you are using. WebLogic's is weblogic.jar.
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by:aswam1975
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Thanks - now are there going to be like "custom" jars for say the Division class,EstimatePrice.
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by:girionis
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You should have them as well yes. In fact you should have all classes (as jars or expanded folders) that are missing.
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by:aswam1975
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Thank you for the information.What would be an easy way for me to identify where all jars of the classes are?
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> Thank you for the information.What would be an easy way for me to identify where all jars of the classes are?

Unfortunatelly there is no standard way to do it. I am using a programme called jars browser (http://jarbrowser.sourceforge.net/) which you load up all the jar files you have and then you do a search on a specific class like String.class and it tells you if it exists, and if it does, in which jar it is.
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