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From "Daniel A. Theobald" <t...@vecna.com>
Subject Re: Class not found on import
Date Wed, 20 Dec 2000 00:57:27 GMT
Hey Matt,
  Funny I was just thinking of you a couple of days ago when we drove by
that Dim-Sum restaurant we saw you in a couple of years ago...  how are
things going?  Are you still in DC?  I don't remember where you were as
of reunions....
daniel


Matt Becker wrote:

>  I should be able to take the exact web app from my Windows machine
> and transfer it over to my Linux machine without compiling the java
> code, right?
>
>
> Matt
>
>
> At 02:01 PM 12/19/00, you wrote:
>
>
>> In your development environment, you probably need to include the
>> WEF-INF path in your CLASSPATH.  You shouldn't have this for
>> starting the server but for compiling your code, you do.
>>
>> Phil
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Matt Becker [mailto:mbecker@mythicwave.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 3:19 PM
>> To: tomcat mailing list
>> Subject: Class not found on import
>>
>> Hi. From the Linux version of Tomcat I get an error something like
>> "class
>> test.testbean not found on import." I don't understand how the exact
>> web
>> app, testbean.class, etc. will run on my Windows machine which I'm
>> using
>> for development, but bombs on my Linux sever. The testbean.class
>> resides in
>> the "test" directory within the Web-inf's classes directory, exactly
>> how
>> it's laid out on the win machine.
>>
>> Anyone have an idea why Tomcat Linux wouldn't recognize the bean?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>>
>> Matt
>

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