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Old 05-17-2012, 06:47 PM   #1
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Unhappy [Android+NetBeans IDE]Question regarding project packages


Dear Sirs and Madams!

I am working on my first Android app and I have posted problem regarding ListActivity problem on http://www.java-forums.org/android/5...-not-show.html. Now, if I launch application, I get exception "Class Not Found Exception". I have done some project packages movements and let's say: Activities A,B,C reside in package PackageA. Activities D,E reside in pacakge PackageB, Activity F resides in package D. Is it mandatory to update Android manifest file with information about Activity whereabouts (in which package activity is located)?

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