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NoClassDefFoundError again

 
Christophe Verré
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I'm back the basics

There is an environment where everything was working fine :

/lib/a.jar <- it contains MyException.class
/lib/b.jar
/lib/c.jar

But.
Somebody has released a new version of a.jar and b.jar,
and then NoClassDefFoundError:MyException is thrown.

He told me that the batch where the CLASSPATH is set has not changed, only the jars. And MyException.class is still in a.jar.

I'm really puzzled by this. It is usually a CLASSPATH problem, but since the batchs have not changed... I can't check the environment myself....

Any clues ?
 
Ajay A Patil
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Check if the package for "MyException" class has changed.
 
Christophe Verré
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Ajay, thank you for the suggestion.
I've actually found where the problem lies.
The jar files got corrupted when sent by email :roll:
 
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