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Referred type not on classpath

Cato Sep 28, 2012 11:22AM CEST

I've moved an Arctis project from one computer to another (creating the project again in eclipse and copying in the source from the old project). But I'm having trouble referencing custom java types. I have a block that has an exit parameter, but when I try to reference a custom type, I get errors. I can reference the custom type in the .java code for the block. How can I get Arctis to accept my types as valid datatypes?

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Ole Budde Sep 28, 2012 12:49PM CEST Bitreactive Agent

Arctis is partly working with the files in memory and partly on disk.

This might be issue, does it work if you make a (temporary new) Java function that uses this type, then reference it from the block. The block has to be made aware of the custom type, and this may be a workaround.

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Cato Sep 28, 2012 04:29PM CEST
That did the trick - thanks

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