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  An Introduction to WebObjects
Subject:   Direct to Web java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Application error
Date:   2004-12-30 14:17:43
From:   joshpaul
Response to: Direct to Web java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Application error

Florijan,


There are a few things that come to mind:


1) check to see you are building the correct target. You will find this setting in the upper left corner of your project window, as a popup menu. It should be set to "D2WTutorial9".


2) check to see that the Application class is a part of your Application Server build target. You can check this by selecting Application Server from the Target popup menu (as above). Then check to see that the checkbox to the left is checked. If you don't see a checkbox, select View->Groups & Files Columns->Target Membership.


3) make sure there are no spaces in the path to your project. For example: "/Users/Florijan/Projects/D2WTutorial9" works well, whereas "/Users/Florijan/My Projects/D2WTutorial" does not.


HTH,


Josh


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