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How to install JDOM? [message #220201] Fri, 06 July 2007 11:06 Go to next message
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Dear all,

I am a new user of Java and Ecplise. I need to use packages available in
JDOM.jar file. I have downloaded the file from www.jdom.org but when I use
import statement to import the org.jdom package included in this
file -Ecplise does not show me the classes included in this package. When I
type a dot after writing "import org.jdom" -it should show the class list in
the popup box.

Please help me in working with JDOM using Ecplise.

Thanks

LK
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Re: How to install JDOM? [message #220217 is a reply to message #220201] Fri, 06 July 2007 13:46 Go to previous message
Mark Dexter is currently offline Mark DexterFriend
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Eclipse News Group wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> I am a new user of Java and Ecplise. I need to use packages available in
> JDOM.jar file. I have downloaded the file from www.jdom.org but when I use
> import statement to import the org.jdom package included in this
> file -Ecplise does not show me the classes included in this package. When I
> type a dot after writing "import org.jdom" -it should show the class list in
> the popup box.
>
> Please help me in working with JDOM using Ecplise.
>
> Thanks
>
> LK
> ==========
>
>
Hi. It sounds like you need to add the JDOM.JAR to your Eclipse build
path. There are several ways to do this. Here's one. Select your project
in the package explorer and select the Project / Properties menu / Java
Build Path / Libraries tab. Then select Add External Jars and point to
the JAR file. There are ways to make this more convenient if you're
going to have a number of JAR's that you'll be using repeatedly, such as
creating your own library or pointing to another project. But this
should get you going. Hope this helps. Mark Dexter
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