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- Subject: Java NoClassDefFoundError
- From: "Tait, Allen" <atait at IDEXX dot com>
- Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 10:08:38 -0400
Having a problem executing a java program in a .sh file when running the .sh
in Cygwin. The following code snip is part of a larger .sh file that was
written for the Solaris env. I am trying to get it functioning on Windows
NT. Before calling "java", the script cd's to the directory where the java
program is. However, the call throws a "NoClassDefFoundError" exception.
It can not find the class being called, (.org.jboss.Main). I can execute
this call on the command line and it works fine. When the code is called
inside of the .sh, it does not. I have tried specifying the paths in
-classpath as both full and relative paths. Still no luck. Has anyone else
encountered a similar problem?
I have installed Cygwin in e:\cygwin, and have not mounted a new root or any
other directories. The web application, this script starts, includes Tomcat
and Jboss. The application environment is installed in e:\cygwin, under
/usr/local/....... So, when at the bash commend prompt I can type cd /usr
and It brings me to the root of the application.
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