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From Prashant Bhalesain <>
Subject Re: problem with setting path for config files
Date Wed, 05 Oct 2005 16:09:50 GMT

check how u can set class path on unix machines. I
dont think u can add ";" in class path

if u r using csh
set CLASSPATH = ($CLASSPATH /java/classes

if u r using bash

also try "echo" the classpath to check the class path
u have set is actually getting set.

--- Raviteja Veerla <> wrote:

> Hi all,
>  I am having a problem with setting the path for
> config files. I am building
> a webservices in java using a 3rd party java API.
> this third party API
> requires few config files(xml files) to be present
> in the class path, so
> that they can read from those config files. i am
> developing these on a
> windows 2000 machine but the server environment is
> linux. on windows
> machine, i added the path of these config files in
> the setclasspath.bat as
> shown below.
>  set
>  this worked perfectly fine, but when i do the same
> in the
> setclasspath.shon the linux machine. it does not
> compile the jws files
> as it would not find
> tools.jar file, apparently its not seperating the
> paths after the semi
> colon.
>  can anyone help me in this regard and suggest me on
> how to go about it.
>  thanks
> Ravi

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