Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/jboss/tm/TransactionTimeoutConfiguration

Hi, when I use Jboss in my application, I get the above error.  I unjar the file under org/jboss/tm/jboss.tar downloaded from jboss.org.  TransactionTimeoutConfiguration.class does not exist.  

Anybody has some idea?  Thanks.
Dennis98Asked:
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CEHJCommented:
That class is in jboss-transaction.jar so you need to have it along with the other JBoss jars
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Dennis98Author Commented:
It is still giving me the error after I put jboss-transaction.jar into my classpath.   The following is the complete jboss jar files I have in my classpath.

jboss.jar
jboss-common.jar
jboss-j2ee.jar
jboss-ica.jar
jboss-system.jar
jboss-transaction.jar

Do you see anything missing?  Thanks.
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CEHJCommented:
>>It is still giving me the error after I put jboss-transaction.jar into my classpath.

You'll probably find that it *isn't* in your classpath, even though you think it is
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Dennis98Author Commented:
Can you tell me how I can add it to the path?  I am using eclipse.  I edited the .classpath file in my project folder, but it still complains the jar file is not found even though I have already copied it into the directory.  Thanks.
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Dennis98Author Commented:
I have to add the jar as an external jar although I have manually copied it under my project directory.  When I tried "Add Jars" in Eclipse, it is not showing jboss-transaction.jar even though it IS there.

With jboss-transaction.jar as an external jar, I am getting a different error.  So I think you have fixed my problem.  Thanks.
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CEHJCommented:
>>I edited the .classpath file in my project folder,

! Don't do that. Just add it. afaicr you can define your own libraries in Eclipse, to which you can add serveral jars. I'd do that for JBoss development
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CEHJCommented:
:-)
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