• Subject: Re: How to run Java
  • From: Ken Yamasaki <yamasaki@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 12:52:36 +0900
  • Organization: Ken Yamasaki's Office

Hi Chanh,

You must specify CLASSPATH parameter. AS/400 search the class by 
CLASSPATH parameter. In qsh, you can run the class in current 
directory without CLASSPATH.

Ken Yamasaki 
Yokohama Kanagawa,JAPAN
ML/400(in Japanese only)=>http://www.tama.or.jp/~yamaken/ml400/ 
BTW, if my English is too poor to your understanding,
would you point out any errors to me?
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