>From: Ype Kingma <ykingma@xs4all.nl>
>To: <jython-users@lists.sourceforge.net>
>Subject: Re: [Jython-users] Corba .narrow method - need to pass a java interface
>Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 19:51:18 +0100

>Tim,

>On Friday 07 February 2003 23:24, you wrote:
>> Hullo
>> I'm trying to get jython working with the java corba implementation, as
>> client code. To do this, I build some idl, use idlj to create the .java
>> skeletons and helpers and then build my main client jython code. For
>> simplicity, lets say the idl is in foo.idl, and this contains a module
>> called Foo that defines the stuff that I want to interact with. Lets say
>> that this includes an interface called Main. Idlj will put the relevant
>> .java files into ./Foo The jython code needs to include stuff like:
>>
>> from org.omg.CORBA import *
>> # something that I cannot work out to import all of the generated java
>> files for the Foo client: I'd have thought from Foo import *, but this
>> doesn't seem to work - jython seems unable to identify Foo as a set of
>> java stuff.

>Is Foo on the java class path when you start up jython?

>Regards,
>Ype


Not sure whether this pertains to the issue, but the original post doesn't mention anything about compiling the .java files in the ./Foo directory. Maybe this could be why the original poster cannot import into jython ...


Thanks,

Alex Kotchnev
Diversified Information Technologies