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    Hello everybody,

    I'm writing a java netive interface for 2 weaks now and i have a question.
    I have a piece of cod that will not compile!

    When I tray te compile I get the error: can not find symbol

    I'm writing the cod for using an interfaceboard. The function 'request' is for making comunication with te interface board. I think that something is wrong with this peace. The cod is standing here:

    class ECoSControl {
    private native void print();
    public static void main(String[] args) {
    new request(1, view);
    new release(1, view);
    new set(1, go);
    }
    static {
    System.loadLibrary("ECoSControl");
    }
    }

    Is there somebody who know the problem?


    tom

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    Make sure you import all the classes that your code is dependent on and you make them available on the classpath during compilation and execution.

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    Hallo,

    Thanks for your reaction!
    What do you exactly main, can you please better explain of give a example in my script???

    tom

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    An example? Let's say there is a class called request (bad name for a class BTW better would have been Request), let's further say that the class is in a package called the requestpackage.
    The class ECoSControl which uses the request class should have a line that says
    Java Code:
    import requestpackage.request;
    before the class declaration.
    Of course if you still don't understand all this you should get Oracle's Java tutorial and read it from page 1.

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    hallo,

    thanks for information,
    I think that I know what you mean,

    tom

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    Hallo everybody,

    I stil have a question about it, the information about "riquest" is still standing in de .Dll, or not?????

    tom

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    let me tell you my situation:

    I have a interfaceboard, and i want te write a java program te make them work.
    I have a .dll file, and a minual who say what i have te say to the dll file.
    For example: making conection. That can with te function Request(1, view)

    The problem is now, i have te write a Java netive interface to talk to mij dll, or not??

    This is the way i have to walk, or not?

    tom

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