I'm a C++ developer - not a java developer, but have to get this code working...
I have 2 public classes that will be used by another product. I used the package directive in each of the java files.
class MyClass ...
When I try to compile a test app that uses that I add
The javac compiler fails with errors about com.company does not exist. (even if I compile it in the same directory as the class files I just made a package of)
I am sure I am doing something bone-headed and silly.
I've read the http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/java/package/usepkgs.html pages and tried to set up a directory structure like /com/company/thing etc, but either I have totally screwed it all up or am missing something else.
thanks for the suggestions - I had tried the classpath previously. It does not help.
I tried compiling
javac -classpath client.java
and the result is:
package com.company does not exist
I have the code I want to import (the two java files) in \com\company\product\. I compile those fine. (they contain MyClass) I even made a jar file for them. I copied the jar file up to the parent directory.
I then did (in the parent directory with the client java file)
javac -cp *.java
the result is:
cannot access MyClass
bad class file: MyClass.class(:MyClass.class)
class file contains wrong class: com.company.product.MyClass
Please remove or make sure it appears in the correct subdirectory of the classpath.
I got the client code to compile and run if I used the fully qualified name for MyClass and compiled it in the parent directory. I am totally confused now.
compiled with no classpath set - just
in the parent directory - and it worked fine.
I can get a test app to compile, but that is not going to cut it when i have to integrate it into the production code. Still looking for help.
Finally - not sure why it didn't work before - but I cleaned up all the files all over the directory structure and now it works.
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