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From "Michael Remme" <mre...@braintags.de>
Subject AW: class.forName()
Date Sat, 17 Nov 2001 12:38:15 GMT
Hi,

the taskdef, where i am having the problem is quite complex and is using
several own libs. Thus, at that time i am trying to simplify that to be able
to point the problem exactly. The problem is now, that a simple version is
working very fine :-)

Thus, i am thinking, that i am doing something very strange (better
'dämlich') here. As soon as i worked out, i will tell you. Anyway, thank you
very much for the replies.

> > D-41061 Mönchengladbach
>
> Funny, we are almost neighbors.

Where are you from?

Best, Michael

>
> On Fri, 16 Nov 2001, Michael Remme <mremme@braintags.de> wrote:
>
> > Here the problem is residing in an own taskdef, where i want to
> > instantiate a class by calling Class.forName( xxxx ), which is
> > always throwing a ClassNotFoundException.
>
> Could you show us the taskdef please - is the class you need in the
> same part of your CLASSPATH or ANT_HOME/lib or nested classpath
> element of your taskdef?
>
> > D-41061 Mönchengladbach
>
> Funny, we are almost neighbors.
>
> Stefan
>
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