Referencing a class in a jar results in "No document could be created".

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by whatevernot, Sep 7, 2006.

  1. whatevernot macrumors newbie

    Sep 7, 2006
    Hi - complete newbie at XCode.

    Trying to get a simple Cocoa-Java Document based Application going. Hello World, as it were.

    All is good - app launches. I then add a jar file to the project, and then in the windowControllerDidLoadNib method (, reference a really dumb class in that jar:

    NullTimer timer = new NullTimer();

    If I comment this code out, all works. If I leave this in, it compiles up, but when I run, I get a dialog stating: "No document could be created". The console:

    [Session started at 2006-09-07 23:09:08 -0400.]
    2006-09-07 23:09:09.903 cocoa[2911] The DocumentType type doesn't map to any NSDocumentClass.

    I wrapped the call in a try/catch(Throwable) block, and no dice.

    Stymied on something I thought would be simple.

    Missing something pretty major - can anyone help me? I'm stumped.



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