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From Tayeb Cherfouh <tayeb.cherf...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: hi everyone
Date Mon, 14 May 2012 10:49:13 GMT
thanks a lot Ken :) i ll give it a try right now

2012/5/14 Ken Gilmer <kgilmer@gmail.com>

> Hi Tayeb,
>
>  To compile your java program you need to tell javac where the classes
> that your code references are located.  Specifically the classes that are
> not part of the standard Java library, such as Felix.  If you run "javac
> -help" you can see all the parameters it takes.  You'll find this line
> helpful:
>
> -classpath <path>          Specify where to find user class files and
> annotation processors
>
> So if you use this parameter to specify where the felix.jar is located, the
> "package <x> does not exist" errors should be resolved.  You may need to do
> this for multiple jars depending on what classes your program references.
>
> hth,
> ken
>
> On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 5:10 AM, Tayeb Cherfouh <tayeb.cherfouh@gmail.com
> >wrote:
>
> > Hi guys,
> > i am new at this world and i ve downloaded the felix framework, jdk and
> > sdk... well after that i ve started the apache tutorials with N°1: Apache
> > Felix Tutorial Example
> > 1<http://felix.apache.org/site/apache-felix-tutorial-example-1.html>:
> > A bundle that listens for OSGi service events.
> > it was great i ve learned much as i was writing the code and things, but
> > when i went to the cmd so i can compile it i just got lost!
> > first off what did they mean when they say to have felix.jar in the class
> > path?
> > second off this is what i get if i try to compile:
> >
> > c:\classes\tutorial\exp1>javac -d c:\classes *.java
> > Activator.java:7: error: package org.osgi.framework does not exist
> > import org.osgi.framework.BundleActivator;
> >                         ^
> > Activator.java:8: error: package org.osgi.framework does not exist
> > import org.osgi.framework.BundleContext;
> >                         ^
> > Activator.java:9: error: package org.osgi.framework does not exist
> > import org.osgi.framework.ServiceListener;
> >                         ^
> > Activator.java:10: error: package org.osgi.framework does not exist
> > import org.osgi.framework.ServiceEvent;
> >                         ^
> > Activator.java:16: error: cannot find symbol
> > public class Activator implements BundleActivator, ServiceListener
> >                                  ^
> >  symbol: class BundleActivator
> > Activator.java:16: error: cannot find symbol
> > public class Activator implements BundleActivator, ServiceListener
> >                                                   ^
> >  symbol: class ServiceListener
> > Activator.java:24: error: cannot find symbol
> >        public void start(BundleContext context){
> >                          ^
> >  symbol:   class BundleContext
> >  location: class Activator
> > Activator.java:32: error: cannot find symbol
> >        public void stop(BundleContext context){
> >                         ^
> >  symbol:   class BundleContext
> >  location: class Activator
> > Activator.java:42: error: cannot find symbol
> >        public void serviceChanged(ServiceEvent event){
> >                                   ^
> >  symbol:   class ServiceEvent
> >  location: class Activator
> > Activator.java:45: error: cannot find symbol
> >                if(event.getType() == ServiceEvent.REGISTRED)
> >                                      ^
> >  symbol:   variable ServiceEvent
> >  location: class Activator
> > Activator.java:49: error: cannot find symbol
> >                else if (event.getType() == ServiceEvent.UNREGISTRED)
> >                                            ^
> >  symbol:   variable ServiceEvent
> >  location: class Activator
> > Activator.java:53: error: cannot find symbol
> >                else if (event.getType() == ServiceEvent.MODIFIED)
> >                                            ^
> >  symbol:   variable ServiceEvent
> >  location: class Activator
> > 12 errors
> >
> > c:\classes\tutorial\exp1>
> >
> > it s obvious that i have an issue with the dependencies but how to fix
> that
> > ?
> > i dunno if this would help, but my tutorial java file is saved under
> > c:/classes/... while my felix-framework is under
> > d:/felix-framework-4.0.2... does this have anything to do with it? am i
> > supposed to have the tutorial under felix for instance or something?
> >
> > cheers,
> >
>

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