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Locating Resources Have a Compatibility Issue

Visual Studio 2005

The Upgrade Wizard has determined that your Visual J++ 6.0 project uses resources. In Visual J#, there are some changes in the way resources are located at run-time. This affects both WFC resources (used by Application Wizard projects), as well as any user-specified resources located using java.lang.Class.getResource method.

In order for the application to locate the resources correctly under Visual J#, the resources have to be converted to a new format used by resource files in applications targeting the .NET Framework.

The wizard automatically converts resource files in your project with the extensions '.resources' and '.properties' to the new format, and saves them with the extension '.resx'. For these resources you do not need to take any action.

For resource files in your Visual J++ 6.0 project with any other extension, or for resources loaded from a location outside your project folder, specified using CLASSPATH, you need to convert the resources to the format used by resource files in Visual Studio .NET.

For more information, see Using Resources in Visual J#.

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