Even after the installation of Jama package, the test code still
failed. Can you
help check whether my procedure(in window NT 2000) to set up Jama
package is correct?
1. Put Jama-1.0.1.jar file in one directory
2. Go to (JBuilder) tools-configure libraries... to configure Jama library
3. import Jama.* in test code which only constructs a matrix
This way works for other package like VisAD, but fails for Jama. If my
procedure is wrong, can you explain how to correct configure Jama
package in Window NT 2000?
Really appreciate your help.
On Wed, 14 Jul 2004 15:15:38 -0500, Curtis Rueden <ctrueden@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Qiaolin,
> Yes, you need to install the Jama package as well.
> The visad.matrix package uses reflection to access Jama, and handles
> wrapping the results into VisAD datatypes and such. It does not
> replicate the functionality of Jama directly.
> Let us know if you run into any trouble.
> At 01:42 PM 7/14/2004, Charlie wrote:
> >Hi, Bill and all,
> >Do we need to install the Jama package from NIST before using
> >JamaMatrix in Visad? When I tried to use JamaMatrix, the error message
> >said that Jama package needs to be installed. I reviewed the matrix
> >subpackage in Visad and it alreay includes all classes in Jama package
> >from NIST, and the only difference is that class name Matrix is
> >changed to JamaMatrix.
> >Can somebody help me out on this?
> >Thanks a lot
> >Qiaolin Zhang