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Old 09-03-2007, 04:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently encountered a strange error within the RIM IDE. When i tried to start my application a NoSuchFile.java window popped up, full with lines

source code is not available
source code is not available
source code is not available
source code is not available
....

So i thought that there might something be wrong with a library i build myself and used in this project. After i checked the dependencies and searched in the forum i executed clean.bat for the simulator. But this didn't work either.

After a few time i found out, that i had an simple error in my application. I tried to start the background thread twice. There was no error message indicating this problem, but the not very useful NoSuchFile Exception.

So if sombody stumbles over this error, you probably want to debug your code for errors which aren't correct detected by the RIM IDE.

I hope this will be useful for other developers.
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Old 09-17-2007, 02:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Can everybody tell me, where i find this source "NoSuchFile.java" and how can include this file in the JDE?

Thanks, Haase
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