The classpath must include each of the jars as well as the directory(s)
that contains classes. Here's a classpath from my pc. The elements in
the list are separated by semicolons.


Yours on the 400 should be something like this:


The path to the jvm and it's classes/jars is covered by your JAVA_HOME
environment variable. (JAVA_HOME can be overridden in a number of ways.)

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of David FOXWELL
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2010 9:04 AM
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Subject: Starting off with POI/HSSF

Hope everyone will bear with this newbie. I'm restarting this thread as
I haven't understood the replies up til now.

If I have placed the following jar files :


in the directory /home/FOXWELL/java/jars what is the syntax to set my

When I sign on, my current directory is /home/FOXWELL. I don't know if
that makes a difference to what is set in the classpath.

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