I'm building a servlet app for a company that will run on a machine that already has other applications running, supported by another company. They have a ton of jars defined in the CLASSPATH in common Windows directories like "Program Files". Java chokes.
I've googled around on this and only get two suggestions. 1. Don't include spaces in CLASSPATH paths. 2. Override CLASSPATH in the javac / java command line commands with double-quotes around the classpath details.
Now thing is of course, I'm not invoking the servlet from the command line. I get a 404 error when I try to run the servlet. Is there any work-around that can be done without demanding the other company change their installation directories?