07-28-2010 05:02 PM
This is a frustraiting one, and all of my research online does not look promising.
I am working on an application, and as a Software Engineer, my design is very object oriented, which translates to, it has a lot of classes!
Today, upon adding a new .java file, i recieved this compile error:
Resolving Optimizing U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\Debug
ger.java:55: Warning!: method 'com.company.mobileadmin.Debugger.out(String)' not invoked. U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\contr oller\Cmd_submitNetworkData.java:23: Warning!: member data 'Vector variables' not required in class: com.company.mobileadmin.controller.Cmd_submitNetwo rkData U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\model \ModelSession.java:5: Warning!: member data 'String userName' not required in class: com.company.mobileadmin.model.ModelSession U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\model \ModelSession.java:12: Warning!: method 'com.company.mobileadmin.model.ModelSession.getUse rName()' not invoked. U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\model \ToolRegister.java:64: Warning!: method 'com.company.mobileadmin.model.ToolRegister.delete All()' not invoked. U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\uI\ba sicElements\Input_Text.java:64: Warning!: method 'com.company.mobileadmin.uI.basicElements.Input_Te xt.setFilter(TextFilter)' not invoked. U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\uI\ba sicElements\Input_Text_Search.java:50: Warning!: method 'com.company.mobileadmin.uI.basicElements.Input_Te xt_Search.setFilter(TextFilter)' not invoked. U:\Workspace\App\src\com\company\mobileadmin\uI\vi ews\ViewBuilder.java:25: Warning!: method 'com.company.mobileadmin.uI.views.ViewBuilder.setT itle(String)' not invoked. Populating I/O Error: Cannot run program "jar": CreateProcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified Packaging project App failed (took 8.984 seconds)
I know that the content of the .java file is not the issue, because even when the file is empty, the compile fails.
I did notice that before I added this file, i had 99 files spilt up between 9 packages and the addition of this file pushed me up to 100 files, which I noticed caused someone else to recieve this error in a different thread.
I deleted a different .java file elsewhere in my code that was redundant, and the compile worked again...
Is there some limit of 99 files per application that I'm not aware of? If so, can this be increased through any options?
I would really like a solution to this issue because I cannot continue deleting files whenever I add new ones. I am only about 60% done with my application and have several more classes to create.
Since my application is not intended to be sold, I don't mind uploading the source code if it would help with diagnosis of this problem, or if any of you wanted to attempt to compile it on your machines to determine if it is an issue with my setup.
07-29-2010 04:33 PM
So after more searching, I found that one person fixed this issue (too many classes...) by creating a new project in which he put some of his code, and then turned that into a library which his origional project then used.
I would be happy to implement this solution, could offer any advice or links to tutorials on creating a library project which other projects can implement?
08-22-2012 08:31 AM
if u got the solution to avoid class file creation so plz help me
I also fetch the same problem on project there are 100 .class file due to this my project is not loadded on simulator
is BB have some restriction to create or have some limit of class files?
Plz help me
Thnaks In advance
08-24-2012 11:50 PM
move the C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_21\bin\jar.exe to C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jar.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_21\bin\jar.exe to C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\jar.exe
It will work fine henceforth.