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NetBeans exectuion

Howdy,

This should be easy enough, but I can't figure it out. I'm taking a course this summer in Java and didn't like the IDE that came with the book. So I went and downloaded NetBeans version 3.6. I really like this IDE, however I have one problem. I can compile my class, but when I try to execute it it only displays the following text in a window titled 'Output - Math - I/O':

java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: UIS
Exception in thread "main"

I know this class ran fine in my other IDE. What I need it to do is run in a dos window. However I can't figure out how to configure it to do this. Any suggestions?

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TrekkyLeaperCommented:
The filesystem in Netbeans acts as the classpath. Therefore, if you have a package com.my.package located in c:\dev\com\my\package, you must have c:\dev mounted as a filesystem. In your case, UIS is not in a package, so the directory that it is in must be mounted in the filesystem. A parent directory will not work.
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Hal9000ReturnsAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the quick post, I'm at work now, but when I get home I'll take a look. As a side note I need to stop asking questions after doing homework for 5 or 6 strait hours. Summer should be fall and I mispelled execution. Oh well...
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Hal9000ReturnsAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay. Mounting the filesystem worked. I would have never thought/known to do that, thanks.
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TrekkyLeaperCommented:
Glad I could help. =)
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