You get a "class not found" error when you try to try to start the JVM. Or, you get a "class not found" error when you try to use a Windows shortcut created by JExpress.

You should not include the ".class" in the command line when you're using the JRE or JREW. Also, you can only effectively change the class path for the JRE with the -cp command so be sure to use this switch and include the . as part of the path.

Also see: Class not found: load and
Class not found: JPanel for other suggestions.

Applies to
4.0 or earlier
class not found, shortcuts

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