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From Matt Becker <>
Subject RE: Class not found on import
Date Tue, 19 Dec 2000 22:29:53 GMT
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,
At 02:01 PM 12/19/00, you wrote:<br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite><font size=2>In your development
environment, you probably need to include the WEF-INF path in your
CLASSPATH.&nbsp; You shouldn't have this for starting the server but for
compiling your code, you do.<br>
<font size=2>Phil</font> <br>
<font size=2>-----Original Message-----</font> <br>
<font size=2>From: Matt Becker
[<a href=""></a>]</font>
<font size=2>Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 3:19 PM</font> <br>
<font size=2>To: tomcat mailing list</font> <br>
<font size=2>Subject: Class not found on import</font> <br>
<font size=2>Hi. From the Linux version of Tomcat I get an error
something like &quot;class </font><br>
<font size=2>test.testbean not found on import.&quot; I don't understand
how the exact web </font><br>
<font size=2>app, testbean.class, etc. will run on my Windows machine
which I'm using </font><br>
<font size=2>for development, but bombs on my Linux sever. The
testbean.class resides in </font><br>
<font size=2>the &quot;test&quot; directory within the Web-inf's classes
directory, exactly how </font><br>
<font size=2>it's laid out on the win machine.</font> <br>
<font size=2>Anyone have an idea why Tomcat Linux wouldn't recognize the
bean?</font> <br>
<font size=2>Thanks!</font> <br>
<font size=2>Matt</font> </blockquote></html>

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