Unresolved Class or Interface References Found in Classpath
The Upgrade Wizard has identified that your Visual J++ 6.0 project has references to classes or interfaces located in the classpath defined in your project. This identification is made by searching for the class (.class) file with a name matching the unresolved classes or interfaces.
See the details of this issue to identify the classpath locations (directories or archive files) where the missing references have been located.
To resolve the missing references, you need to create one or more assemblies that contain definitions of the missing classes or interfaces, and add their references to the upgraded project.
If you have the source files for the missing class or interface references, you can build a class library from the sources using a Visual J# Class Library project. This class library (.dll) file can be added to the upgraded project references. Use the classpath locations identified in the upgrade report to identify which classes should be a part of this class library.
If you do not have the source files, but you have the binary files or archives, then you can convert class (.class) files or archive (.cab, .jar or .zip) files to an MSIL assembly using the Visual J# Binary Converter tool (jbimp.exe). This assembly can be added to the references list of the upgraded project. Use the classpath locations identified in the upgrade report to identify which classes should be a part of this assembly.