Yes it is drastic, but it should work. If so, add the "-verbose: And you need to know which JAR contains the Utility class.
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This shouldn't be this hard, but I've been trying for two weeks to figure this out.
Why don't you start with one of the simple maven-based samples. Or you could define a property in build.
I believe I included that in the previous post. PDF with Java https: I am running ANT inside of myEclipse. Maybe there's a system environment jibx-bijd.jar that is not set. It could not be found. Yes it is jibx-bind.har, but it should work. Thanks for all your help. I've echoed it in the ANT script and it prints out exactly what I think it is. I assume, based on what you have posted so far, that you are having myEclipse run Ant in a separate process and not within myEclipse itself.
I need to know how to set jibx-binnd.jar classpaths in the External Tools Dialog or Project Preferences or Eclipse preferences or where ever I've tried them allso that when the ANT build runs it sees the jix-bind.jar inside of the jars that are on the classpaths???
Email Required, but never shown. Perhaps someone can look at the following and see what I'm doing wrong.
I've run the ant script from the command line and it works, so ANT is working correctly. Also, the basedir is what I think it is. Hi I'm new to JibX and just started with a sample. Try using full path names in your pathelements. But im able to compile the same in eclipse and also in command prompt if i comment the structure tag in binding.
You'll find them here: Person; on structure element at l ine 3, col 50, in binding.
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I kept Googling until I found the jibx-bins.jar at http: And waving this tiny ad: I finally got it. I've tried everything I can think of and I can't get it to work. Unable to load class com.
Ant error on trying to run an taskdef. If that works, then at least you know that MyEclipse is not screwing it up. All of this, if it does not highlight the solution, should at least help pinpoint where to look next.