TestNG error:- Cannot find class in classpath

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I'm pretty new to TestNG framework. I downloaded TestNG from here: http://beust.com/eclipse. After that, I created a new Java Project named as MyProject and a new TestNG class file "NewTest". I did write a small piece of Code with @Test annotation to launch Firefox browser and navigate to Google. I tried searching the web for possible solutions to sort this issue but I am not able to find the low level steps on how this can be corrected. Please help.

Mar 23, 2018 in Selenium by nitinrawat895
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Im also facing this issue

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The issue is because the project directory where the package is present, over there TestNG is not present. Make sure to the follow the hierarchy wrt src folder being inside project directory, and .java files and .class files will be automatically created as per your structure.
answered Mar 23, 2018 by nsv999
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