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Hi I'm using FC4 (out of the box, not additional patches or nething). During installation, I had selected java development tools. Its working fine, compiling and running the programs. I ...
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    Java: New Package and Classpath


    Hi
    I'm using FC4 (out of the box, not additional patches or nething). During installation, I had selected java development tools. Its working fine, compiling and running the programs. I want to add a new .jar file. In which directory should I place it so I can import it in my program
    e.g:
    //file name is pgdst.jar
    import ncst.pgdst.*;


    Also will i need to modify the CLASSPATH or any variable? How do I do that?

    Thank you

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    Arrow re: Java: New Package and Classpath

    Hope this helps:

    http://www.dynamic-apps.com/tutorials/classpath.jsp

    Make sure you know where your java and SYSTEM PATH variables are using,

    [root]$ java -version
    and
    [root]$ which java

    a list of variables on your system can be seen using,
    [root]$ env

    so to store this info use,
    [root]$ env> /home/mynamed-home-folder/env.log

    Say your app package is called ncst and lives in..
    /usr/java/myProgs/ncst

    Your class is pgdsp.jar and lives at /usr/java/myClasses

    so use
    [root]$ java -classpath /usr/java/myClasses/pgdsp.jar myProgs.ncst

    I think thats the idea!

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