For more information about how to use geotools2, please check out the
new tutorials at http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GEOTOOLS/Home.
It sounds like you are having a classpath problem. Unfortunately you did
not provided enough info about which ide you are using for me to be of
much help. Maven builds all of the jars and stores them in its
repository. You will need to 'mount' all of these jars, as well as a few
3rd party dependencies in your ide in order to be able to import them.
In Netbeans I just mount all of the jars that I need for a particular
project and they are automatically on my classpath. Note that geotools2
packages start with org.geotools.*.
You may want to download the recent beta release (b3). Here most of the
geotools2 modules have been packaged in one big jar (gt2-main.jar),
making it a bit easier to deal with.
On Sun, 2004-04-11 at 23:14, Brent Weatherall wrote:
> Hello. My name is Brent Weatherall and I am a Computer Science
> Engineering student at the University of Texas at Arlington. I have a
> design project involving the use of an interactive map. I found the
> geotools software during a web search and I down loaded it. I followed
> the instructions and was able to succesfully build using the Maven
> software. The only problem is that I cannot actually use the tools, or
> find any documentaion to explain how to use them. I am unable to
> import the files into my java code. The "org" package is there, and
> then some other ones like .xml from the org package, but my system and
> IDE do not see the rest of the packages. Like the graph package for
> instance. I hate to bother you guys with this type of question, but I
> am nearing my wits end. THank you for your time
> Brent Weatherall
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