On Nov 9, 2004, at 1:40 PM, Michael Sacket wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> I'm attempting to place my cayenne.xml configuration into my jar
> files, but cayenne is having trouble finding it. I'm running this on
> Mac OS X, so when I place the jar file in /Library/Java/Extensions,
> the configs are found; but, if I move the jar outside of this
> directory and add it to my classpath on the command line, it isn't
> found. I see references to the 'CLASSPATH' variable here and there is
> this the same as 'java.class.path'? Thanks for your help.
Looks like this is a CLASSPATH problem. If you have any Java classes in
that same jar file in addition to cayenne.xml, a quick check to confirm
the problem would be to try this in the code:
> but, if I move the jar outside of this directory and add it to my
> classpath on the command line, it isn't found.
That's strange. Do you add the full jar path, (e.g. in tsh: setenv
CLASSPATH /some/dir/my.jar:$CLASSPATH)? This should work. If not, could
you post the full command line (and also a printout of "echo
> I see references to the 'CLASSPATH' variable here and there is this
> the same as 'java.class.path'?
Yes, in a sense. Inside the JVM "java.class.path" is the property that
shows what classpath was used on JVM startup.
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