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Trouble Using Jacob In Netbeans...

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:think: i am using the netbeans IDE to code with java. i downloaded the java-COM bridge from sourceforge, but when i try to import the needed classes like so:

import com.jacob.com.*;

import com.jacob.activeX.*;

netbeans tells me they don't exist. can anyone tell me exactly where i need to put the files i got from sourceforge and how to get the jvm to recognize them? thanks.

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"Toto, we're not in Kansas any more"...

You sure you're in the correct forum? This one discusses AutoItX, not Java.

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"Toto, we're not in Kansas any more"...

You sure you're in the correct forum? This one discusses AutoItX, not Java.

if you had read the post you'd have noticed that i am trying to use autoItX with java, which requires a java-com bridge, which is what i am having trouble installing, and is what the question is about. so if absolutely no one here has used autoItX with java, then i am in the wrong forum, but it's a reasonable question, and i'm not the first here to ask about the java-autoItX protocol.

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if you had read the post you'd have noticed that i am trying to use autoItX with java, which requires a java-com bridge, which is what i am having trouble installing, and is what the question is about. so if absolutely no one here has used autoItX with java, then i am in the wrong forum, but it's a reasonable question, and i'm not the first here to ask about the java-autoItX protocol.

Sorry, I missed that in your original post.

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The jvm will regonize them if it is placed in the root of your project, or you put it into Java's main class .jar file.

I personally prefer the former, as the latter will only work on your own computer.

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