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Posted on 2002-03-16
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Hi, experts

I am using win2k advance server. I have set the classpath for java. But when I compile java file in some folders, there are many errors. I have to go to Control panel - system - advanced - environment variables, then click OK. It would be ok to compile the java files.

Could you please help me to fix it? thanks.
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Question by:jl2001
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by:maggari
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Make sure that all the class files that you use in your java programs are in the classpath ( not just jdk jars). Also, one common mistake we do is, we forget to keep the current folder in classpath. Make sure classpath variable starts something like this:

Classpath=.;

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asharma2 earned 50 total points
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You should put your working directory (i.e. where you java files are) in the class path.Before compilatiotn.
set classpath=%classpath%;. will do .


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