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    hi guys ,

    I want to know , how to import packages into my netbean applet , because i have used jfreechart package and i have included "import org.jfree.chart.*;" in my program ,but i don't know where to put that package(folder) into my netbean applet ? :confused:...please help me guys ..thanks in advance
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    If this is an IDE configuration problem:
    Have you tried asking the question in the netbeans forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    If this is an IDE configuration problem:
    Have you tried asking the question in the netbeans forum?
    thank you very much for your reply my dear friend , actually now only i figured out that each Java library created from within Domino Designer is stored in a single "note" in the database NSF file. Within this note, the Java code is actually stored as multiple file attachments - a .java file and a (compiled) .class file. These are not exposed other than through the Java library editor in Domino Designer. ... so there is no need to use the NETBEAN FOR Importing jfreechart ,we can use lotus domino designer to do this . so i will try with that Lotus domino designer to do this , if i get any doubt i will come back here and i will post the problem here mate . thank you very much for your reply mate :):):)

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    There could have been confusion about the word "import". There is an import statement used in a java source program to set a path for the compiler to look for class definitions.
    The jar files that the class definitions are in must be on the classpath.
    IDEs have special ways places for putting jar files as part of their configuration.

    When you say "import" I think of the import statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    There could have been confusion about the word "import". There is an import statement used in a java source program to set a path for the compiler to look for class definitions.
    The jar files that the class definitions are in must be on the classpath.
    IDEs have special ways places for putting jar files as part of their configuration.

    When you say "import" I think of the import statement.

    oh actually sorry for the conflict mate , actually i mean putting all the files in the particular database where the lotus notes can find the files . i did n't mean the "import" keyword " mate .....thank you very much mate :):):)

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