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java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.thinkgem.jeesite.modules.sys.listener.WebContextListener  RSS feed

 
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when i run the maven project---jeesite  in myeclipse,i get this error:

but this class can be found in IDE
i want to know  why i get this error?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Please don't ask the same question twice; I have deleted the identical post on somebody else's thread.
Please start by showing us how you are setting the CLASSPATH in Eclipse and in the current application, and the exact location of the WebContextListener class in each case.

Edit: corrected spelling error in the class' name.
 
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