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ERROR : CLASS NOT FOUND IN PACKAGE.

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Hi,

Have installed JDK1.2.2 on NT. The CLASSPATH was set in NT as
jdk1.2.2\jre\lib\rt.jar

Have two java source files as under :

f:\java-programs\applications\orion\src\abc
\NetworkSender.java

and

f:\java-programs\applications\orion\src\abc
\NetworkSenderTest.java

Both contain the statemement : package abc; at the very top.

Had compiled the NetworkSender.java in :

f:\java-programs\applications\orion
\Classes\abc

However when I tried to compile NetworkSenderTest.java from

f:\java-programs\applications\orion
\src\abc>  

specifying the path for NetworkSender.class as follows,

javac -classpath .\..\..\classes\abc
-d .\..\..\classes\abc NetworkSendTest.java

I got the error :

Cannot find class file : abc.NetworkSender.class

(PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SOURCE FILE NAMES MATCH THE CLASS NAMES)

PLEASE HELP.
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When you compile a class in a package, you should specifiy package directory

javac -d . NetworkSender.java

and NetworkSender.java contains

package abc;
class NetworkSender {
  ...
}

You will get a directory 'abc' and class file will be placed there.

Now if you wanna run it, do

java abc.NetworkSender
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by:kk_manish
ID: 2889959
Hi,
Other option is
U can complie all java files in package collectively as

...\src\abc> javac *.java  
 OR if u
wanna class files to be in differant
directory u can do so as suggested by prl.


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