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Error "file oracle\spatial\mapclient\mapviewer.class not found" When Compiling a Project Containing Mapviewer Objects (Doc ID 559640.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle JDeveloper - Version 10.1.2.1.0 to 10.1.3.5.0 [Release Oracle10g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

-- Problem Statement:
On 10.1.2.1.0 in Production:
When attempting to compile a jsp page for a mapviewer application, following the steps at
How To Build Dynamic Maps Using JDeveloper 10g and Oracle Application Server MapViewer
the following error occurs:

ERROR
Error: cannot access class oracle.spatial.mapclient.mapviewer; file oracle\spatial\mapclient\mapviewer.class not found
Error(13,37): cannot access class oracle.lbs.mapclient.taglib.MapViewerInitTag; file oracle\lbs\mapclient\taglib\MapViewerInitTag.class not found
Error(13,190): cannot access class oracle.lbs.mapclient.taglib.MapViewerInitTag; file oracle\lbs\mapclient\taglib\MapViewerInitTag.class not found
Error(13,102): cannot access class oracle.lbs.mapclient.taglib.MapViewerInitTag; file oracle\lbs\mapclient\taglib\MapViewerInitTag.class not found
Error(13,28): cannot access class oracle.lbs.mapclient.MapViewer; file oracle\lbs\mapclient\MapViewer.class not found
Error(13,40): cannot access class oracle.lbs.mapclient.MapViewer; file oracle\lbs\mapclient\MapViewer.class not found
Error(15,37): cannot access class oracle.lbs.mapclient.taglib.MapViewerSetParamTag; file oracle\lbs\mapclient\taglib\MapViewerSetParamTag.class not found

Checking the library settings for the project, the "MapViewer Client" library is shown in red.

Cause

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