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Arv Rao
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I got this exception when I tried to generate the classes in eclipse 2.11 with lamboze. I am using Easy struts for sttruts. Can any one tell how to deal with it.
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:
org.easystruts.struts.config.EasyStrutsLogFactory
 
Nicholas Cheung
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I got this exception when I tried to generate the classes in eclipse 2.11 with lamboze. I am using Easy struts for sttruts. Can any one tell how to deal with it.
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:
org.easystruts.struts.config.EasyStrutsLogFactory

Did you set the classpath of Easy Struts JAR file in your project, so that the complier can locate the easystruts' jar file?

You can:
1. Highlight your project
2. Right Click -> Choose Properties
3. In the LHS panel, choose Java Build Path (JBP)
4. The JBP options shows in the RHS panel
5. Choose the 3rd option: Libraries
6. Click the button "Add External JARs" to add your libs to your project.

After all steps, try to compile your classes again.

Hope this help.
[ May 20, 2004: Message edited by: Nicholas Cheung ]
 
Arv Rao
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thanks that solved the problem

Previously when I built and then generate the classes also seem to solve the problem. But I added Easy struts jar file to the build path.
 
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BTW, I would like to know what is "lamboze"?

Could you give me some info?

Nick
 
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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:
BTW, I would like to know what is "lamboze"?

He probably meant Lomboz
 
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Hi Lasse,

Seems that Lomboz is a plug-in for Eclipse that understand J2EE coding syntax, however, it seems that there are similar products, right? So, why there are so much plug-in that share a large portion of similarity, but just a bit in different.

Nick
 
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The availability of both commercial and free (open source) alternatives is kind of obvious.

The answer to "why so many commercial products?" would be the same as for any other product market where a monopoly doesn't exist. All IDEs from major J2EE application server vendors provide such features because they want people to actually use their IDE instead of using the competitor's.

The answer to "why so many free products?" would be the same as for any other technology with multiple open source implementations like we have with JDO right now: JPOX, SpeedoJDO, TJDO, etc. Part of it is surely about Not Invented Here, but part of it is about innovation -- trying to get a better result by trying out something different, a vastly different architecture, for example.
 
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I think, this link is good tutorial for use Eclipse, Tomcat and Struts but plugin is not Lomboz .


Reference Website
http://javaboutique.internet.com/tutorials/three/
 
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Hi Lasse,

This is quite interesting I think.

I understand, for big vendors, they have their own products, so, for the same thing, there maybe lots of products in the market.

However, I really wonder, since open project's deliverable is sometimes a kind of by-product of the researches, they should try to combine with some existing stuffs in order to save the research effort.

For example, there can be 2 IDEs, one uses method X and the other use method Y to implement, but they can be exactly the same (or at least provide the same set of functions)!

This seems quite interesting that, people are doing duplicate things.

Nick
 
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