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    Default java creator problem

    I have downloaded a programme named jmf wich support videos and sound files. However the problem is that javaCreator can not find the package javax.media*; .
    Does anybody know what kind of settings, i have to make at java creator in order to see this package


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    Default Re: java creator problem

    That package is part of the JMF framework (Java SE Desktop Technologies - Java Media Framework API (JMF)). If it cannot be found, try downloading the library from the link above and placing it on your classpath

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    Default Re: java creator problem

    That's not a creator problem, rather I think it's because you are missing a library (javax.media is not part of the standard Java API) called Java Media Framework.

    Link: Java Media Framework

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    Quote Originally Posted by helloworld922 View Post
    That's not a creator problem, rather I think it's because you are missing a library (javax.media is not part of the standard Java API) called Java Media Framework.

    Link: Java Media Framework
    and what am i supposed to do in order to put the package javax.media into java creator.

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    Default Re: java creator problem

    Read the doc for the IDE you are using to see how to use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copeg View Post
    That package is part of the JMF framework (Java SE Desktop Technologies - Java Media Framework API (JMF)). If it cannot be found, try downloading the library from the link above and placing it on your classpath
    here's your answer, and dang, beat to the punch

    I'm not sure how to add items to the class path from JCreator (or even if you can), but you can package the library with your program for easy distribution and use. Simply put all the files from the Java Media Framework download into the startup folder of your java application (I think by default this is the folder where all the .class files are, but it could very well be different, like I know in Eclipse that the startup folder is the base project folder).

    Alternatively, other editors have tools that manage the classpath for you (such as Eclipse and NetBeans), so for example, in Eclipse you just need to add an external library and it will automatically compile and run with the classpath set correctly for you.
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