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Class not found error when running midlet

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Hi Im trying to get a sample application running that came with a plugin for eclipse. The application is a chat midlet developed using JSR 281 the IMS services API. There are no problems when I build the application but when i go to run it in the WTK this is the error I get

Running with storage root MediaControlSkin
Running with locale: English_Ireland.1252
Running in the identified_third_party security domain
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com/ericsson/sds/ijcu/client/IjcuChat
      at com.sun.midp.midlet.MIDletState.createMIDlet(+29)
      at com.sun.midp.midlet.Scheduler.schedule(+52)
      at com.sun.midp.main.Main.runLocalClass(+28)
      at com.sun.midp.main.Main.main(+80)
Execution completed.
3335152 bytecodes executed
16 thread switches
1667 classes in the system (including system classes)
17249 dynamic objects allocated (512072 bytes)
1 garbage collections (0 bytes collected)
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When you run, can you check whether the required files are on the path in the form of maybe a jar and an added project?
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Do you mean check to see if a jar is created in the project folder? There is no JAR created in the folder
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