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Class NOT FOUND error in TOMCAT

 
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Hi
I have placed my applications jar file in {Tomcat}/webapps/WEB-INF/lib.
Tomcat finds all Classes at the root of the jar file but the ones that lie within the directory structure, Tomcat cant find them.
If someone can help me on this !!
Regards
 
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I think this is the design of java and has nothing to do with Tomcat. In order for java to recognize classes within the directory structure like in your situation, those should be placed in a proper package, else you have no way except to unjar them and include the classpath of all subdirectories in the configuration.
Hope that helps.

Originally posted by Rara Levis:
Hi
I have placed my applications jar file in {Tomcat}/webapps/WEB-INF/lib.
Tomcat finds all Classes at the root of the jar file but the ones that lie within the directory structure, Tomcat cant find them.
If someone can help me on this !!
Regards

 
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