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Java Class Won't Execute At Command Line

 
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Hi, everyone,

I am working to sew together a two java programs, and I need to have them execute at the command (DOS prompt, for example) so that I can integrate it into HP Openview Operations as a Monitor program. I was able to test and run the program in Eclipse fine, and not at the command prompt. Here is the code and class files.



Class Files:
03/11/2012 11:30 AM 1,493 RuntimeExec$StreamWrapper.class
03/11/2012 11:30 AM 2,124 RuntimeExec.class

Windows CMD prompt:





I know its something I am over looking.
Thanks for your help in advance.

L Thornton
 
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The full package name should be included in the name of the class where main() is located.
In your case you want to run "java Cmdline.RuntimeExec"

You may also want to consider adding java to your PATH environment variable, and not capitalizing any part of your package name.
 
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Thanks! I will make the adjustment and give it a try.

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i dont use package statements much but what i remember is you have to cd to the folder one up from the package folder.
for example if the files are in myStuff\cmdLine, you need to cd to myStuff then type java cmdLine/RuntimeExec
 
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Randall Twede wrote:type java cmdLine/RuntimeExec


java cmdLine.RuntimeExec of course.
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