On 04/10/2006, at 9:57 PM, Smith, Mike wrote:

Note: my testaccess.jar which contains FacilityAccessGetFIles lives in
C:\Iseriesjava.  My jt400.jar lives in c:\jdbcdrivers.

At first I was doing
C:\Iseriesjava
Set classpath =C:\iseriesjava;C:\jdbcdrivers
java fac.FacilityAccessGetFiles

This resulted in classnotfound exception error.

Both your class and the JT400 classes are in jar files therefore you must specify the jar files in the classpath. They aren't magically found just by existing in a directory which is in the classpath. Thus:
        
C:\Iseriesjava
Set classpath =C:\iseriesjava\testaccess.jar;C:\jdbcdrivers\jt400.jar
java fac.FacilityAccessGetFiles

NOTE: You may also need the directories themselves in the classpath if they contain raw .class files that you also need.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.
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