The project I have inherited has one jar file with no package name. I want to add a package name to it so I can refer to the JDialogs in my Demo app (JDemo). I am not in a position to change the directory structure of the code which is stored in a path like :
C:\Product\Version\Component\JavaApplet\src. I know the package name normally follows the directory hierarchy, but I'm not sure where one starts from (root) and I haven't been able to choose anything that is recognised.
C:\Product\Version\Component\JavaApplet\classes\myapplet.jar is added to the classpath.
I'm not concerned about prefixing the name with the reverse domain name as it will not be distributed. My only goal is to have a package name so I can use the JDialogs in JDemo. What is my "reverse engineered" package name?