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Ramm Kummar
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Joined: Feb 10, 2009
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Getting this error while running java. Please suggest. I have defined required things in the classpath

Ulf Dittmer
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You always need to give the fully qualified classname: "java com.wickedlysmart.CmdArgs". This should work assuming that the "classes" directory is in the classpath.


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Eric Larsen
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Joined: Mar 28, 2009
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From what I can see, you are currently in the same directory as your .class file. Instead of running the class from here, you should run it from the /classes directory, like this:

C:\MyProject\classes\>java com.wickedlysmart.CmdArgs

That is, assuming that the class includes a package statement at the beginning of the file:

 
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