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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/knowledgemanager/client/twodview/Display
more infos please (at least, which release and how you did start the program)
I'm having same problem. I downloaded
"mak-1.03release.tar.gz". Actually, I
downloaded several different versions.
Started up with "sh startMainView.sh".
My impression is that the "org/" subdirectory
is missing from most of the releases.
In the new release the startMainView.sh contains the library
in the classpath.
In the mak.jar there should be the whole org hierarchy.
Maybe because I'm running java 1.2, but
putting the classpath option on the
java command line seems to solve the
java -Dmak=. -classpath lib/mak.jar:lib/xerces.jar:lib/log4j-full.jar org.knowledgemanager.client.twodview.Display
OK, closed status:
The mak.jar must be in the classpath. I'll recheck the scripts before the next
Well, I finally have some time to work on the project. I noticed that when I started the project I get: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/knowledgemanager/client/twodview/Display.
I'm running Visual Cafe 4.1 and I even tried typing java -Dmak=. -classpath lib/mak.jar:lib/xerces.jar:lib/log4j-full.jar org.knowledgemanager.client.twodview.Display at the command line. It apparently doesn't want to work. I'm on a win9x machine.
under windows, you'd probably write a
";" instead of a ":" which is the unix way.
(refering to the -classpath option)