java.lang.ClassNotFoundException using Lomboz 3.1

any body knows Lomboz (eclipse plugin) well?

I created a dynamic web project, Lomboz automatically put all my classes in a <approot>/.deployable folder. I assume that's where it should go, since it never asked me to pick another class folder. but when starting tomcat, I immediately get a java.lang.ClassNotFoundException.

why can't tomcat find the class? do I have to manually copy the class files to somewhere else?
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Mick BarryJava DeveloperCommented:
how ru starting tomcat?
bhomassAuthor Commented:
using tomcat plugin. is that where it went wrong?
bhomassAuthor Commented:
my mistake. just an error in servlet declaration. the whole lomboz/tomcat package works.

thanks for helping.
Mick BarryJava DeveloperCommented:
no worries :)
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