TDIing out loud

Ramblings on the paradigm-shift that is TDI.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Reference error: 'java' not found

Just to let you know, if you get the above error then it means you've probably spelled the Java class name wrong.
now = new java.util.Calender()
I was getting ready to start pulling out hair when I saw the light: 'Calendar'.

And I've also gotten other error messages that turned out to be caused by spelling. Just wanted to share that :)

1 comment:

Eddie Hartman said...

Note that you will see 'com not found' if the package name of the class you are trying to instantiate starts with 'com'.