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Build path: missing required library ?

Posted on 2008-06-16
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In Eclipse, I opened a previous program that built successfully.
I found 26 errors: "project missing required library".
There were also about 26 subdirectories created, recursively, with the
project name.

How do I fix this ?
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Question by:pillmill
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by:objects
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ret cleaning project, via Project>Clean...
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use clean build and also check whether the required libraries are there in the project. Close eclipse and open it again.
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Thanks. I tried Clean. The cascading are still in the project explorer.
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krishna kishore mellacheruvu venkata earned 500 total points
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you remove physically those directories from windows explorer and close eclipse and open it again.
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by:Manish
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select war/jar project right click properties-buildpath- remove/add jar.
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compare the .project and .classpath files with the working project
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I can't delete it. Windows delete error: "the name is too long".
How do I delete this ?
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