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  1. #1 Brand new to RSPS, not to being Confused AF 
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    So I've been playing RSPS for quite a while and in that time I've learned (From all threads on rune-server) how to do minor things such as edit NPCs, Drops, Shops, Etc. Basically the easy stuff is what I can do easily, but Like most people I want to learn more.

    So here's what I did.....
    1) Downloaded everything I needed including JDK, WinZip, Notepad++, etc (Everything I read that was needed, I downloaded)
    2) I downloaded "OasisRSPS" from the downloads section so everything I have is directly from what I downloaded.
    3) I Port Forwarded my IP so I can test what I've done and make sure I didn't mess anything up - however this is where my problem is....
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    4) I have "Server=" in both "Client.java" AND "ClientConstants.java", and changed both to the IP address I'm using.
    5) In "ClientConstants.java" AND another file called "Client.java", I changed the ports to what I set it to when I Port Forwarded.
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    6) I've tried every possible combination using the 3 different folders I have when I downloaded the files.

    Now here's my problem.....
    When I try to open my client to see what I'm doing, i get this error : [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Here's what my Compliler looks like : [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    And with compiler, I get the error saying : "Can't find path, specified...."




    I've looked on google, I've searched this forums and even other forums for the answer or for the help. I give up looking and decided just to ask for help.

    I don't know what I'm doing wrong or what I'm missing but would appreciate any help.

    And yes, I'm fully aware how newbie this post is, but once I solve this problem, I'll be ready to roll and to learn more. This problem seems simple to everyone else but me for some reason, does anyone know what to do from here?

    P.S -> If I have to remove all folders and start from complete scratch again to make it easier, I'll do that. Just need some assistance if anyone has the answer.

    Thanks for reading my lost post.
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    Hello Stitch, first of all you should move on from Notepad++ and use and acutal IDE to programm. For example "Eclipse IDE" is used in this community mostly. Do you have the cache uploaded somewhere or extracted it to the right spot? Did you check your windows firewall?
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    You need to locate to your jdk and not your jre in the compiler.
    I do suggest you use a ide like eclipse to help you out and there is a few guides about it.


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    Okay, so I'll switch my notepad++ to eclipse IDE and look up some guides on that as a start

    And I unzipped all the files I downloaded into a computer file so I can view and edit them, is there a specific spot I should of put them?

    And with the firewall, I followed the guide posted by "Blessthefall" so whatever that guide said to do is exactly what I did.

    And lastly, I know where my JDK, and I remember seeing a guide on it, So I followed that one exactly as well.


    EDIT - This is what I get after starting completely from scratch with the "Blessthefall" Guide: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    and still getting the errors when I run the client after downloading everything that was recommended.

    I know I'm probably missing something so simple or so stupid, I can feel it lol

    But I can take gyazo's of anything you want to see, like client.java, or the ClientConstants.java or whatever if that'll help anyone. I know I'm close, I just cant figure out what's missing now.
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    So the point of an IDE is to have your project loaded onto the IDE, then you can run the project off of the IDE. So put your files in a folder whereever you want on your desktop or whatever. Then in eclipse do File -> New -> Java project. Do this for the client and the server, then edit the class files through there and run the program through the IDE. Also you don't need to port forward or anything in order to run on your localhost, it was probably already set to localhost "127.0.0.1" in the settings so just use that for now.

    In addition you'll need to get used to reading error messages, the screenshot you put shows there is a missing ';' char within the code which is why it cannot compile. An IDE makes this a lot easier for you by highlighting small errors like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch R6 View Post
    Okay, so I'll switch my notepad++ to eclipse IDE and look up some guides on that as a start

    And I unzipped all the files I downloaded into a computer file so I can view and edit them, is there a specific spot I should of put them?

    And with the firewall, I followed the guide posted by "Blessthefall" so whatever that guide said to do is exactly what I did.

    And lastly, I know where my JDK, and I remember seeing a guide on it, So I followed that one exactly as well.


    EDIT - This is what I get after starting completely from scratch with the "Blessthefall" Guide: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    and still getting the errors when I run the client after downloading everything that was recommended.

    I know I'm probably missing something so simple or so stupid, I can feel it lol

    But I can take gyazo's of anything you want to see, like client.java, or the ClientConstants.java or whatever if that'll help anyone. I know I'm close, I just cant figure out what's missing now.
    Since it is your ip make sure if it is a string it is server = "youriphere";


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    To "Vito the Don" -> So what you're saying is all I have to do is find where the ";" is missing and that's it? IF that's the case, I knew it was something I was being stupid about.
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    To "Arch337" -> My server="youriphere" is the exact same IP address in the error code, as well as in "ClientConstants.java" since it says the exact same thing there as in "Client.java" (Hope that makes sense)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch R6 View Post
    To "Vito the Don" -> So what you're saying is all I have to do is find where the ";" is missing and that's it? IF that's the case, I knew it was something I was being stupid about.
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    Yeah and an IDE will highlight that for you, for example:
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    It highlights not only where the character is missing but also puts the X at the line of code.
    Also while using an IDE you don't need the .bat files. You just run the project through the IDE
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    Okay, I figured everything out. The error code tells me where the ";" is supposed to go - however, Eclipse isn't telling me that there is an error on that line.

    It's saying my error code is dealing with "server= myipaddress"

    I've put the damn ; character everywhere and it's still giving me the error code lol

    I understand everything except where to put the ; because I've put it everywhere it could go and still same error.

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    ^ - no X on the line of code but still tells me that there is an error so Im not sure the problem
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    Try running the client using eclipse not the .bat file and then send the show the error message it gives
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