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Clearly java.util.RandomAccess is not in the classpath.
Have you checked the jdk version?
As per http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/guide/collections/changes4.html, randomaccess was introduced in 1.4. Can you check if you are using a previous jdk?
Sorry abt this...but how do I check the jdk version? I am using Solaris 10.
Why Sun did not support the project with Jython IDE neatbeans rays and that supports other languages and groovy, jython be a better choice for power and the open source high-level and dynamic languages, perhaps afraid that Jython sun Soak all paying because its syntax is relatively simple and elegant compared to the addition of Java and runs on the JVM and can access almost all of Java APIs.
please if anyone will agree with me that apoyenme java jython support the project, since all we need.
forgive my bad English.