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I wanted to run EJB in web server. Before that all the java files have to b
created as a jar file so i have put ant into c directory and put all my java files in c:\Lookup
I put in the command line c:\Lookup\ant all
it gives me an error
Unable to load dependency analyzer: org.apache.tools.ant.util.depend.bcel.AncestorAnalyzer - dependent class not found: org/apache/bcel/classfile/ClassParser

The path i have set is
ANT_HOME : C:\apache-ant-1.6.0
Classpath : .;C:\j2sdk1.4.1_01\lib;C:\j2sdk1.4.1_01\jre\lib;C:\apache-ant-1.6.0\lib\ant.jar;
Hope my classpath wrong some where
Please do help me its urgent.
Thanks in advance
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1. friendly suggestion - NEVER title your post something like URGENT - it communicates exactly zero information to guide somebody as to whether or not to even look at it. You may be in a state of panic, but we don't care. try to communicate what the problem is - maybe "Ant can't find dependent class"
2. Read the j2sdk tooldocs for what needs to be in your classpath
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for running EJB u need to have an ejb container.... under any application server or u need to have sun's J2EE server...
Try that ...
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