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Offline heckler82

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« Posted 2008-08-23 03:34:16 »

hello all, this is my first post here though ive been viewing a lot.

For the past 2 weeks i have been trying to install java3d on my machine but i dont think it is working. I have Java 6 with the Update 7 on my machine and that works without a hitch.

Everytime i attempt to install java3d it says successful, however when i make just a little test class that doesnt do or instantiate anything, i try importing the com.sun.j3d.utils.universe package and it tells me it doesnt exist. obviously it is either not seeing them, or the installer is putting them in the wrong place.

i have searched through the internet high and low for a solution but it never seems to prevent itself. what could be wrong? can someone please walk me through this? any help would be much appreciated
Offline StrideColossus
« Reply #1 - Posted 2008-08-23 16:00:29 »

You probably need to create some sort of 'library link' in your development environment to let it know where the Java3D libraries are.
What IDE are you using to write your code?
Offline heckler82

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2008-08-23 19:45:09 »

i use bluej mostly but i am trying to learn netbeans. how would i create a "library link"
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Offline StrideColossus
« Reply #3 - Posted 2008-08-25 15:31:50 »

I've never used bluej and am only vaguely competent with Netbeans (not used it for years, I use Eclipse as I'm most familiar with that).

Apparently though it's a pretty similar process in either Netbeans or Eclipse, you need to set the library in the properties for the project, maybe this link will help:

Good luck  Wink

- chris
Offline heckler82

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2008-08-26 18:12:00 »

Thanks for the tutorial...turns out it was just my number 1 problem when importing. i didnt finish the statement. i add ".SimpleUniverse" and it found what it was looking for.

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