ClassNotFoundError ArrayList


Run the program by specifying fully classified name. It works!
java arrayList.ArrayListStrings

With out specifying package name, if you run it, it will throw NoClassDefFoundError.



Java adding ArrayList to ArrayList> replaces all elements of the ArrayList of ArrayLists

You are not creating a new Instance of temp everytime you call below, the same list is added into the list, which you are clearing.Remember it is the reference of the list which is added.

 public static void addToList(int num,
ArrayList<ArrayList<Integer>> list)
    //Splits the two parts of the number and inserts the arraylist
into the proper arraylist
    {
      //  temp.clear();// this is the issue do below
        ArrayList<Integer> temp = new
ArrayList<Integer>();
        int numInt_one =
Integer.parseInt(String.valueOf(num).substring(0,2));  
        int numInt_two =
Integer.parseInt(String.valueOf(num).substring(2,4));  
        temp.add(numInt_one);
        temp.add(numInt_two);
        list.add(temp);
    }

Calling Java from RPG, ClassNotFoundError for all user except me

How about a CL program that explicitly sets the classpath and then calls your RPG program?

The CLP:

PGM

ADDENVVAR ENVVAR('CLASSPATH')
VALUE('.:/dir1:/dirA/dirB:/javaToolkit/jt400.jar') LEVEL(*JOB)
CALL PGM(MYLIB/MYPGM)

ENDPGM

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Why is my original arraylist amended even though I only make changes to my ArrayList within the method without changing the orignal ArrayList
sortingList = a;

Both references, sortingList and a are pointing to the same ArrayList object

Check this question to see how to see how to clone the list: How to clone ArrayList and also clone its contents?


ClassNotFoundError in sql DriverNotFound

in eclipse follow this..

right click on your project-> build path -> add external archives -> select your jar
all ok. run your class.

in cmd follow this..

c:your folder>javac -cp your_path_of_mysql-connector.jar MysqlCon.java


Lucene ClassNotFoundError when loading analyzer

The Lucene Analyzers are no longer in the Lucene core. Download the JAR (or add to your Maven dependencies) for the corresponding version here: http://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.apache.lucene/lucene-analyzers


ClassNotFoundError ArrayList

Run the program by specifying fully classified name. It works!
java arrayList.ArrayListStrings

With out specifying package name, if you run it, it will throw NoClassDefFoundError.



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