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import javax.swing.RowFilter etc

Posted on 2009-07-13
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These 2 statements which work perfectly on most pc s fail in one XP Professional PC. Please let me know the reason ?

import javax.swing.RowFilter;
import javax.swing.table.TableRowSorter;

The error is "Can not find symbol RowFilter" for the 1st statement &
"Can not find symbol TableRowSorter" for the 2nd statement !!!

Note: I have installed NetBeans 6.5 on this computer and the errors are seen inside the IDE!!!
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Sounds like its not running java 6, or not compiling using Java 6.
Those classes are only available in java6
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Thank U so much! I was using a different JDK!!!
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