Can you please provide a simple test case for reproducing
Also, please note that GCJ is not yet officially supported
on either the mingw-users or the msys-users lists - you
should send problems directly to me (rmathew @ hotmail.com).
Nicholas Couri wrote:
> I,ve succeeded in compiling our Java Source Code but when running I
> receive The following error:
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.InternalError: unexpected exception
> linking: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: java.sql.SQLWarning
> The question is related to the fact that I have imported Java.sql.* within
> my code....
> The classpath environment variable is perfectly set.
> When I Use a method from SQLWarning, the error stops and goes to another
> class that is within my import list but I have´t instantiated.
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