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jdk 1.3 on NT 4 compiling problems, please help

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I am using jdk 1.3(bundled with jbuilder personal edition 5) on NT, Tomcat, Struts and Oracle JDBC to develop an application.
I have included a "." at the end of my classpath configuration, however, the compiler refused to read anything in the current directory. Not even when I use "import ..." to explicitly include the classes in the same package(directory). Seems DC Dalton had the same problem on Windows 2000. I tried to copy the working directory into the classpath, still doesn't work.
Any body had the same problem before, your timely input will be deeply appreciated.
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You probably have a couple of classes/packages with the same name in you classpath. This seem to happen a lot with oracle and xml packages for some reason. It also seems to reveal itself if you use a dot in your classpath. Try putting the dot at the begining of the classpath or, better yet, remove it altogether and specify the dot when you run the application
java -classpath $CLASSPATH:. MyApp
Hope this helps.
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