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This code works within the eclipse editor, but not outside... What is missing in the main method?

<** I'm posting this here because it's gotta be a newbie mistake which I am overlooking.... **>




***** Changed code to simpler example. still doesn't work. **********

Error from Console is still :


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What error you get when you run outside eclipse ?
 
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"does not work" meaning? you get an exception?
 
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Even more frustrating... This is what happens when I compile it outside of ANY IDE environment.




 
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Is this class supposed to be in package jTesting?

The code itself is ok, so it is something else.
 
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using command line:
and this post might help you
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as Timmy said, are you sure you java file does not declare any package declaration?
 
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Well, taking the package declarations out of the code did help, but Eclipse forces you to put those there.. Guess that's not an option now..

Thanks.
 
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as far as i know eclipse has a default package, and else you van create any packages you want, and then keep in there your files, with respective package declaration;

for bigger projects (with several packages and many classes) compiling and running from eclipse (or any other IDE) is ok, but to run a single file is faster doing it with command line - you dont have to create a project, and all that...
 
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of course you can allways compile and run a file that is inside a package:
 
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Yeah, and it doesn't like for you to use that one, either. I am just trying to get (re)used to the environment due to not being allowed to code for about 2 years, so I'm a little rusty. I have a couple of "Q&D" tools to do individual files, but this one will need to be jar'ed for a small group to have access to it, so I was trying to put them together and keep them related.

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If you have the package declaration, then you have to have the same directory structure underneath your classpath. That is, if you class is:

jTesting.TestMain,

then your command should be:

C:\JavaCode\Testing>java jTesting.TestMain

You were using:

C:\JavaCode\Testing\jTesting>java TestMain

(Note the difference in directory location and class name specified at the command prompt!)
 
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