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Tutorial TutWD_Popup_Init

Hi all,

I downloaded the "", then I unzipped it and import it into the NWDS. According to the tutorial it is an already runnable application. But it's not the case.

As I deploy and run this application I got following exception. Does someone have the same problem?

java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Found in negative cache -

Loader Info -

ClassLoader name: [local/TutWD_Popup_Init] Parent loader name: [Frame ClassLoader] References: common:service:http;service:servlet_jsp service:ejb common:service:iiop;service:naming;service:p4;service:ts service:jmsconnector library:jsse library:servlet common:library:IAIKSecurity;library:activation;library:mail;library:tcsecssl library:ejb20 library:j2eeca library:jms library:opensql;;library:security.class;library:webservices_lib;service:adminadapter;service:basicadmin;;service:configuration;service:connector;service:dbpool;service:deploy;service:jmx;service:jmx_notification;service:keystore;service:security;service:userstore interface:resourcecontext_api interface:webservices interface:cross interface:ejbserialization service:webdynpro service:sld service:webservices library:tcddicddicservices library:tcgraphicsigs library:jnet library:sapxmltoolkit library:tcddicddicruntime library:core_lib library:tc~cmi Resources: D:\usr\sap\J2E\JC01\j2ee\cluster\server0\apps\local\TutWD_Popup_Init\webdynpro\public\lib\app.jar Loading model: {parent,references,local} -

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Thomas Roland

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2007 at 01:32 PM

    Hi Thomas,

    Did you try to repair the project?

    Select your project in the Web Dynpro Explorer, open the context menu and choose <i>Repair -> Project Structure and Classpath</i>

    kind regards


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      Hi Thomas

      Right click on your project >> Properties >> Java Build Path

      Click Add External JARs.

      Look for the missing JAR files following a similar path to the ones listed in your errors.

      ie. c:\Program Files\SAP\IDE\IDE70 ....

      Add these JARs once you find them and then remeber to remove the 2 JARs from the list that it can't find.

      It looks like the JARs your program is looking for are on a German install of windows. that is why they can't be found on your PC.

      Once you have added the missing JARs, rebuild your project and the errors should be fixed.


      Anton Kruse