Do I need to activate each machine to be able to use a modified "sendfile.java" program?
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Posted By:   eduardo_saucedo
Posted On:   Tuesday, July 29, 2008 11:29 AM

Dear jGuru , I am a newbie using Java.   I do must of my number crunching programming in APL but I am working now on an application, to be used in several places that require limiting access to only your own data.   I figure out that the best way was to provide for a password, to be emailed by the application to the first time users, provided that the user is in the accepted database, to his/her email address.   The application worked fine, after some struggle (including sending the e-mails) in my desktop, but when I moved to my portable for testing, I am not able to sen   More>>




Dear jGuru ,



I am a newbie using Java.  
I do must of my number crunching programming in APL but I am working now
on an application, to be used in several places that require limiting access to
only your own data.   I figure out that
the best way was to provide for a password, to be emailed by the application to
the first time users, provided that the user is in the accepted database, to
his/her email address.  



The application worked fine, after some struggle (including
sending the e-mails) in my desktop, but when I moved to my portable for
testing, I am not able to send e-mails.   I
am running it on a Windows XP environment.  



The e-mail program is a quick adaptation of
class=SpellE>sendmail
provided by Javamail as
a sample.   It requires including the following
libraries:



import java.util .*;



import java.io .*;



import javax.mail .*;



import javax.mail.internet .*;



import javax.activation .*



I have created a lib on the portable containing all the
files in the JDK library plus the activation jar of javamail .
style='mso-spacerun:yes'> 
The contents of the library are:



Tools.jar



Activation.jar



Ct.sym



Dsb.jar



Dt.jar



Htmlconverter.jar



Imap.har



Ir.jar



Jawt.lib



Jconsole.jar



Jvm.lib



Mailapi.jar



Orb.idl



Pop3.jar



Smtp.jar



After some fudging with the path and CLASSPATH, the program starts
loading but stops providing the following message:



Exception in thread “main” java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError :
javax /mail / messagingException .



Java started loading the program and attached the first two libraries
in the list but can not find the third one.  
As a matter of fact, nor can I.
style='mso-spacerun:yes'> 
I did a thorough search of the hard disk on
my desk top looking for javax *.* and I was able to
find a couple of empty directories and the few directories that contain files,
the files were only *.html files.



I presume that the fix is a trivial one, but I have not been
able how to do it.   Help will be
appreciated.



Eduardo



 







p.s. I hope the format is acceptable?    <<Less

Re: Do I need to activate each machine to be able to use a modified "sendfile.java" program?

Posted By:   Oleg_Pilipenko  
Posted On:   Tuesday, July 29, 2008 09:58 PM

javax.mail.MessagingException is in the mailapi.jar. What's your CLASSPATH?
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