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This keeps throwing when I try to run the existing appln (which runs on other machine) in my machine and I have installed WSAD.


java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/log4j/Logger

Some one throw a light on it.
 
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It is WSAD 5.1.1
 
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this has nothing do do with wsad. this is just about your application that requires apache log4j library in classpath. you can fix it by right-clicking on application project and setting java build path in properties properly
 
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you can fix it by right-clicking on application project and setting java build path in properties properly



Unless it is a Web Application. Then the log4j.jar file needs to be in the WEB-INF/lib directory, The EAR app directory, or the server classpath. Putting it in the java build path will only help at compilation for Web projects. For java projects it works at both compile and run time.
 
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Karthik,
If it is an ejb project, you also need the jar in your "java jar dependencies"
 
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