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i installed jdk in linux.i set the classpath also in the bashrc file,while i am compiling my program it is compiling good,but when i run my program it is showing that
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:classname

my jdk version is 1.3.1
linux version is 7.0

any suggestions are welcome
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you also need to define the working directory where the generated class files will be located. eg export CLASSPATH=/home/yourdir/javadir/xyz.class

Exception NoClassDefFoundError means it is unable to locate the class file that you are trying to run. for that you have to define the working directory also in that CLASSPATH
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by:k_suchdeva
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U should add current directory to ur classpath.
U can do this by
export CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH:.
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by:sumeetsh
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hi
Did u log off after setting the classpath.
Its effective only if login again or run .profile file.
Regatds
Sumeet

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