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Tomcat error while running JForum integrated project

 
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Hey Guys,

I have successfully tried and integrated JForums with my dummy tomcat project in eclipse. It runs fine, but when ever i clean the project and try to start tomcat I get the following error. Can any body please help me on this..?




Please help me on this. I am struggling with this error from the past 2 days.
Thank you.
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It can't find that class on the CLASSPATH, you need to make sure that the jforum jar is on the CLASSPATH and that it's the right version (e.g. it contains that class)
 
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