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dbxml build problem: make: *** No rule to make target

Hi all,

I am new to berkeley dbxml. I encountered an error when I was trying to
build it.

The following is the error that I have:

make: *** No rule to make target
`../dist/../examples_java/src/com/sleepycat/examples/collections/access/AccessExample.java',
needed by `dbexamples.jar'.  Stop.

This is the command that I used to build:

$ sh buildall.sh --enable-java --with-pathan=./pathan/
--with-xerces=./xerces-c-src_2_6_0/ --with-xquery=./xquery-1.1.0/
--with-dbxml=./dbxml/ --with-berkeleydb=./db-4.3.28/

I have java 1.4.2 installed and I have javac in my PATH.

Can anyone help me to figure out what might be the problem?

Thanks very much.

James

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James
8/19/2005 3:08:54 AM
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Hi James,

What directory are you in when you issue buildall?  You should be in
the
directory dbxml-2.1.8 or the root of whatever you named the
distribution.


Ron

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Ron
8/19/2005 1:56:53 PM
Most likely everything built ok except for the Berkeley DB database
examples since
you did not mention other errors or what OS you are running.

If you have not already done this, could you try using GNU tar to
un-tar the
archive?  That should get around the problem you are seeing.

You  don't need to specify the -with flags if you are using the default
locations.

Ron

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Ron
8/19/2005 4:55:10 PM
Ron wrote:
> Most likely everything built ok except for the Berkeley DB database
> examples since
> you did not mention other errors or what OS you are running.
>
> If you have not already done this, could you try using GNU tar to
> un-tar the
> archive?  That should get around the problem you are seeing.
>
> You  don't need to specify the -with flags if you are using the default
> locations.
>
> Ron

Thanks a lot, Ron,

It works. Now I am learning how to use it.

regards,
James

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James
8/24/2005 8:12:09 AM
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