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Inconsistent compilation set detected when processing the following classes

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how can i fix this? i am compiling a single EXE, but i don't know where the .sym files are located.

------------------------ Parsing Stage ---------------------------------------

Fault 959 - Inconsistent compilation set detected when processing the following classes:

org/apache/commons/digester/SetNestedPropertiesRule.class

org/apache/commons/digester/Rule.class

If you compile your classes into single EXE or DLL, remove .sym files and

re-compile the project.

For multi-component applications (DLLs plus EXE), you have to specify

non-overlapping .class/.jar LOOKUPs for each component's project. For details,

consult JET User's Guide:

Chapter "Dynamic linking", Section "Creating your own DLL".

* [ ***.01 F959 ]

* Inconsistent compilation set detected when processing the following classes:

org/apache/commons/digester/SetNestedPropertiesRule.class

org/apache/commons/digester/Rule.class

If you compile your classes into single EXE or DLL, remove .sym files and

re-compile the project.

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------------------------ Parsing Stage ---------------------------------------

Fault 959 - Inconsistent compilation set detected when processing the following classes:

org/apache/commons/digester/SetNestedPropertiesRule.class

org/apache/commons/digester/Rule.class

If you compile your classes into single EXE or DLL, remove .sym files and

re-compile the project.

For multi-component applications (DLLs plus EXE), you have to specify

non-overlapping .class/.jar LOOKUPs for each component's project. For details,

consult JET User's Guide:

Chapter "Dynamic linking", Section "Creating your own DLL".

* [ ***.01 F959 ]

* Inconsistent compilation set detected when processing the following classes:

org/apache/commons/digester/SetNestedPropertiesRule.class

org/apache/commons/digester/Rule.class

If you compile your classes into single EXE or DLL, remove .sym files and

re-compile the project.

This message means that an inconsistency with the previous build has occurred.

To fix this, try removing *_jetpdb folder from the build directory and recompile the application.

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