• Subject: Re: How to define the CLASSPATH on the AS400?
  • From: francess@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 16:18:47 -0600

From the QSH command line:
export -s
CLASSPATH=/qibm/proddata/http/public/jt400/lib/jt400.jar:somePath:someOtherPath


Frances Stewart
Java II and Applications Enablement
External: (507) 253-2795
Tie-line: 8-553-2795
IBM Rochester


"Hitesh Magudia" <hitesh@hitesh.demon.co.uk> on 03/22/2000 01:21:44 PM

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Subject:  How to define the CLASSPATH on the AS400?




I have recently started writing simple Java programs on the AS400
using QSH, but have encoutereted the following problem.

I written to following code:-

    import com.ibm.as400.access.*;

    public class AS400Connect
    {

        public static void main (String args[ ])
        {
            AS400 Cobalt = new AS400 ();

        }
    }


When I attempt to compile the code, I get the error

    'Class AS400 not found in type declaration.'

I believe this is caused by the CLASSPATH not being defined correctly.

Therefore I how do I difine the CLASSPATH, so that the compiler can
find the necessary classes.

Thankyou in advace.

Hitesh

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