package flex.messaging does not exist

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13-03-2009

When I try to compile a new .java file based on Feed.java in the examples application I keep getting this error.



"package flex.messaging does not exist"



Where can I get the flex.messaging package - or am I just doing something wrong?

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Steve_L_Walker
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13-03-2009

Jordan,



Feed.java imports three Flex messaging classes:



1) flex.messaging.MessageBroker

2) flex.messaging.messages.AsyncMessage

3) flex.messaging.util.UUIDUtils



These classes must be included in the build path. If you have a license for LiveCycle Data Services ES, these classes are available in ../WEB-INF/lib. If you do not have a license for LiveCycle Data Services ES, you can get these classes in the open source version of Data Services ES called BlazeDS.



http://opensource.adobe.com/wiki/display/blazeds/BlazeDS/



Steve