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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError

 
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I am getting the following error , does anyone know what i am doing wrong

 
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Hi Rajesh Khan,

Always, SearchFirst. NoClassDefFoundError is very common error.

Have you put your Test class inside any package (exmple25)? In that case, you need to run it accordingly.

I hope this helps.
 
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It looks like the class Test is in the package example25.

What you should do is put the base directory of the package in the classpath, and specify the fully-qualified name of the class. For example, if C:\jibx\tutorial is the base directory, try a command like this:

java -cp C:\jibx\tutorial example25.Test
 
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Here what i tried. Unfortunately its not working
C:\jibx>java -cp C:\jibx\tutorial example25.Test
 
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Hi,

Now the same exception is occurring for a class org.jibx.runtime.JiBx.

Does that class exist in C:\jibx\tutorial directory in the same structure? That is, there must be a file named C:\jibx\tutorial\org\jibx\runtime\JiBx.class

If this structure (org.jibx.runtime.JiBx) is inside a jar file, then you have to give name of that jar file as well in classpath.

I hope this helps.
 
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