How to include jars in classpath using command line?

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When I am trying to run the program related to web services, I am getting a compiler error. I think I have not included the classpath in the jar file. Is there any simple way to do that?

Jan 3 in Java by Sushmita
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I have tried the following and it's working for me. Try this.

java -cp jar1:jar2:jar3:dir1:. HelloWorld

The default classpath (unless there is a CLASSPATH environment variable) is the current directory so if you redefine it, make sure you're adding the current directory (.) to the classpath as I have done.

answered Jan 3 by Daisy
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