I added a
Right click on the project->BuildPath->Configure Build
Path->Libraries->Add External Jars
The JAR filehas no source attachment.
You can attach the source by clicking Attach Source below
A .jar file usually only contains the .class files, not the .java files they were compiled from. That's why eclipse is telling you it doesn't know the source code of that class.
"Attaching" the source to a JAR means telling eclipse where the source code can be found. Of course, if you don't know yourself, that feature is of little help. Of course, you could try googling for the source code (or check wherever you got the JAR file from).
That said, you don't necessarily need the source to debug.