Saturday, March 29, 2003 09:14 AM
You are correct that you have a CLASSPATH problem. The
first step to correcting it would be to look at the error.
It should tell you what class it cannot find.
Also what your class path looks like sometimes depends
on your platform. For example on the NT platform my
CLASSPATH includes the following:
is set to c:appsjdk1.4.1
is set to c:appsjdkee1.3
But on my Mac OS X, I don't need to specify rt.jar
my CLASSPATH as it is already known to the system.
Best way to track down your problem is to get the name of the class that cannot be found and track it down (find where it is) . For all you know the missing class may be one
of your own!