> From: David Gibbs
> 
> Your classpath needs to include the actual JAR that the JT400 classes
> live in.  Including the JT400.JAR in the application JAR does not work
> (as far as I know).

David is correct.  There is no such thing as a "nested" JAR file, and
the classpath must specifically point to the JAR file, not the directory
the JAR file is in.  Think of a JAR file as just another directory that
needs to be included in the classpath.

Joe


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