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How to set build path in eclipse

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We are using a SOATest tool built on eclipse. As I write a java code I nedd the changes to be reflected dynamically. How should I set that path.
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I added the jars and the bin folder. I am getting as session is already closed

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when I run a file

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Gurvinder Pal Singh earned 1000 total points
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Well, if you are not getting any ClassNotFoundException, then it is not a classpath issue.
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