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Why do I get errors when trying to compile my RadiusUser.java file that comes with the RadiusJFW.sep?

Why do I get errors when trying to compile my RadiusUser.java file that comes with the RadiusJFW.sep?

The RadiusJFW.sep (SilkEssential Package) contains a radclient3.jar file that is automatically inserted into your project folder when you create a project using this SilkEssential Package. You need to add this jar file to your project ClassPath so that necessary packages can be imported and allow the .java file to compile.

In order to import this file go to
SETTINGS | ACTIVE PROFILE | JAVA | General Tab

 

  1. In the Classpath section click "file"
  2. Browse to your project folder and locate the radclient3.jar
  3. Click "Open".
  4. Once this is added to the ClassPath click "OK".
  5. Try to re-compile.

 

If you are still having problems then contact Support.

Please note that this jar file will only be included in your project if you create the project using the WIRELESS | RADIUS application type in the Outline Project dialog or by double-clicking on the RadiusJFW.sep located in SilkPerformer"s Working\SilkEssentials directory

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