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org.apache.axis cannot be resolved to a type Syntax error on token "enum", class expected

Hello Experts,

I  am getting the following error:

org.apache.axis cannot be resolved to a type.Syntax error on token "enum", class expected.
I am using eclipse 3.3.0.

Please help.Attaching the code snippet.

import java.io.*;
import java.rmi.RemoteException;
import javax.xml.rpc.ServiceException;
import com.sforce.soap.enterprise.*;
 
import com.sforce.soap.enterprise.fault.ExceptionCode;
import com.sforce.soap.enterprise.fault.LoginFault;
import com.sforce.soap.enterprise.fault.*;
import com.sforce.soap.enterprise.sobject.Contact;
public class Samples {
	private SoapBindingStub binding;
	static BufferedReader rdr = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
	public Samples() {
	}
	public static void main(String[] args) throws ServiceException {
	Samples samples1 = new Samples();
	samples1.run();
	}
	//The sample client application retrieves the user's login credentials.
	// Helper function for retrieving user input from the console
	String getUserInput(String prompt) {
	System.out.print(prompt);
	try {
	return rdr.readLine();
	}
	catch (IOException ex) {
	return null;
	}
	}
	
	private boolean login() throws ServiceException {
		String userName = getUserInput("Enter username: ");
		String password = getUserInput("Enter password: ");
		/** Next, the sample client application initializes the binding stub.
		* This is our main interface to the API through which all
		* calls are made. The getSoap method takes an optional parameter,
		* (a java.net.URL) which is the endpoint.
		* For the login call, the parameter always starts with
		* http(s)://www.salesforce.com. After logging in, the sample
		* client application changes the endpoint to the one specified
		* in the returned loginResult object.
		*/
		binding = (SoapBindingStub) new SforceServiceLocator().getSoap();
		// Time out after a minute
		binding.setTimeout(60000);
		// Test operation
		LoginResult loginResult;
		try {
		System.out.println("LOGGING IN NOW....");
		loginResult = binding.login(userName, password);
		}
		catch (LoginFault ex) {
		// The LoginFault derives from AxisFault
		ExceptionCode exCode = ex.getExceptionCode();
		if (exCode == ExceptionCode.FUNCTIONALITY_NOT_ENABLED ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.INVALID_CLIENT ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.INVALID_LOGIN ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.LOGIN_DURING_RESTRICTED_DOMAIN ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.LOGIN_DURING_RESTRICTED_TIME ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.ORG_LOCKED ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.PASSWORD_LOCKOUT ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.SERVER_UNAVAILABLE ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.TRIAL_EXPIRED ||
		exCode == ExceptionCode.UNSUPPORTED_CLIENT) {
		System.out.println("Please be sure that you have a valid username and password.");
		} else {
		// Write the fault code to the console
		System.out.println(ex.getExceptionCode());
		// Write the fault message to the console
		System.out.println("An unexpected error has occurred." + ex.getMessage());
		}
		return false;
		} catch (Exception ex) {
		System.out.println("An unexpected error has occurred: " + ex.getMessage());
		ex.printStackTrace();
		return false;
		}
		// Check if the password has expired
		if (loginResult.isPasswordExpired()) {
		System.out.println("An error has occurred. Your password has expired.");
		return false;
		}
		/** Once the client application has logged in successfully, it will use
		* the results of the login call to reset the endpoint of the service
		* to the virtual server instance that is servicing your organization.
		* To do this, the client application sets the ENDPOINT_ADDRESS_PROPERTY
		* of the binding object using the URL returned from the LoginResult.
		*/
		binding._setProperty(SoapBindingStub.ENDPOINT_ADDRESS_PROPERTY,loginResult.getServerUrl());
		// Create a new session header object and add the session id
		// from the login return object
		_SessionHeader sh = new _SessionHeader();
		sh.setSessionId(loginResult.getSessionId());
		/** Next, the sample client application calls the setHeader method of the
		* SoapBindingStub to add the header to all subsequent method calls. This
		* header will persist until the SoapBindingStub is destroyed until the header
		* is explicitly removed. The "SessionHeader" parameter is the name of the
		* header to be added.
		*/
		// set the session header for subsequent call authentication
		binding.setHeader(new SforceServiceLocator().getServiceName().getNamespaceURI(),
		"SessionHeader", sh);
		// return true to indicate that we are logged in, pointed
		// at the right url and have our security token in place.
		return true;
		}
		/**
		* To determine the objects that are available to the logged-in user, the sample
		* client application executes a describeGlobal call, which returns all of the
		* objects that are visible to the logged-in user. This call should not be made
		* more than once per session, as the data returned from the call likely does not
		* change frequently. The DescribeGlobalResult is simply echoed to the console.
		*/
		private void describeGlobalSample() {
		try {
		DescribeGlobalResult describeGlobalResult;
		describeGlobalResult = binding.describeGlobal();
		String[] types = describeGlobalResult.getTypes();
		for (String type : types) System.out.println(type);
		getUserInput("\nDescribe global was successful.\n\nHit the enter key to continue....");
		}
		catch (Exception ex) {
		System.out.println("\nFailed to return types, error message was: \n"
		+ ex.getMessage());
		getUserInput("\nHit return to continue...");
		}
		}
		/**
		* The following code segment illustrates the type of metadata information that
		* can be obtained for each object available to the user. The sample client
		* application executes a describeSObject call on a given object and then echoes
		* the returned metadata information to the console. Object metadata information
		* includes permissions, field types and length and available values for picklist
		* fields and types for referenceTo fields.
		*/
		private void describeSample() {
		String objectToDescribe = getUserInput("\nType the name of the object to describe (try Account): ");
		try {
		DescribeSObjectResult descSObjectRslt;
		descSObjectRslt = binding.describeSObject(objectToDescribe);
		if (descSObjectRslt != null) {
		// Report object level information
		Field[] fields = descSObjectRslt.getFields();
		String objectName = descSObjectRslt.getName();
		System.out.println("Metadata for " + objectToDescribe + " object:\n");
		System.out.println("Object name = " + objectName);
		System.out.println("Number of fields = " + fields.length);
		System.out.println("Object can be activated = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isActivateable());
		System.out.println("Can create rows of data = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isCreateable());
		System.out.println("Object is custom object = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isCustom());
		System.out.println("Can delete rows of data = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isDeletable());
		System.out.println("Can query for rows of data = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isQueryable());
		System.out.println("Object used in replication = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isReplicateable());
		System.out.println("Can retrieve object = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isRetrieveable());
		System.out.println("Can search object = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isSearchable());
		System.out.println("Can un-delete = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isUndeletable());
		System.out.println("Can update = " +
		descSObjectRslt.isUpdateable());
		System.out.println("\nField metadata for " + objectToDescribe +
		" object:\n");
		// Report information about each field
		if (fields != null) {
		for (Field field : fields) {
		PicklistEntry[] picklistValues = field.getPicklistValues();
		String[] referenceTos = field.getReferenceTo();
		System.out.println("************* New Field ***************");
		System.out.println("Name = " + field.getName());
		System.out.println("Label = " + field.getLabel());
		System.out.println("Length = " + field.getLength());
		System.out.println("Bytelength = " + field.getByteLength());
		System.out.println("Digits = " + field.getDigits());
		System.out.println("Precision = " + field.getPrecision());
		System.out.println("Scale = " + field.getScale());
		System.out.println("Field type = " + field.getType());
		// field properties
		System.out.println("Custom field = " + field.isCustom());
		System.out.println("Name field = " + field.isNameField());
		System.out.println("Can set field value on Create = " +
		field.isCreateable());
		System.out.println("Can set field value on Update = " +
		field.isUpdateable());
		System.out.println("Can be used to filter results = " +
		field.isFilterable());
		System.out.println("Field value can be empty = " +
		field.isNillable());
		System.out.println("Field value is defaulted on Create = " +
		field.isDefaultedOnCreate());
		System.out.println("Field value is calculated = " +
		field.isCalculated());
		System.out.println("Field value is a restricted picklist = " +
		field.isRestrictedPicklist());
		if (picklistValues != null) {
		System.out.println("Picklist values = ");
		for (PicklistEntry picklistValue : picklistValues) {
		if (picklistValue.getLabel() != null)
		System.out.print(" item: " + picklistValue.getLabel());
		else
		System.out.print(" item: " + picklistValue.getValue());
		System.out.print(", value = " + picklistValue.getValue());
		System.out.println(", is default = " +
				picklistValue.isDefaultValue());
				}
				}
				if (referenceTos != null) {
				System.out.println("Field references the following objects:");
				for (String referenceTo : referenceTos) System.out.println(" "
				+ referenceTo);
				}
				System.out.println("");
				}
				getUserInput("\nDescribe " + objectToDescribe +
				" was successful.\n\nHit the enter key to continue....");
				}
				}
				} catch (Exception ex) {
				System.out.println("\nFailed to get " + objectToDescribe +
				" description, error message was: \n " + ex.getMessage());
				getUserInput("\nHit return to continue...");
				}
				}
				/**
				* The sample client application executes a query by invoking the query call,
				* passing a simple query string ("select FirstName, LastName from Contact")
				* and iterating through the returned QueryResult.
				*/
				private void querySample() {
				// QueryOptions qo = new QueryOptions();
				// qo.setBatchSize(200);
				binding.setHeader(new SforceServiceLocator().getServiceName().getNamespaceURI(),
				"QueryOptions", 200);
				try {
				QueryResult qr = binding.query("select FirstName, LastName from Contact");
				if (qr.getSize() > 0) {
				System.out.println("Logged in user can see "
				+ qr.getRecords().length + " contact records. ");
				do {
				// output contact records
				for (int i = 0; i < qr.getRecords().length; i++) {
				Contact con = (Contact) qr.getRecords(i);
				String fName = con.getFirstName();
				String lName = con.getLastName();
				if (fName == null) {
				System.out.println("Contact " + (i + 1) + ": "
				+ lName);
				} else {
				System.out.println("Contact " + (i + 1) + ": "
				+ fName + " " + lName);
				}
				}
				if (!qr.isDone()) {
				qr = binding.queryMore(qr.getQueryLocator());
				} else {
				break;
				}
				} while (qr.getSize() > 0);
				} else {
				System.out.println("No records found.");
				}
				getUserInput("Query succesfully executed. \nHit return to continue...");
				} catch (Exception ex) {
				System.out.println("\nFailed to execute query succesfully, error message was:\n" + ex.getMessage());
getUserInput("\nHit return to continue...");
}
}
private void run() throws ServiceException {
if (login()) {
getUserInput("SUCESSFUL LOGIN! Hit the enter key to continue.");
describeGlobalSample();
describeSample();
querySample();
}
}
 
}

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themuppeteerCommented:
enum is a type introduced in java 5. Are you compiling on java 5 ?



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