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#1
[Originally posted by mmacleod]

Anthony -

Thanks for a great book. You know you're a geek when you find this material
rivoting and have trouble putting it down! I am a Certified Lotus Instructor
and recently taught myself Java as well as Java in Domino. I picked up your
book a week ago and find it a great addition to taking me into areas that I
have yet unexplored (ie Servlets and JDBC.)

Now here is my question for you. You mentioned in another thread that there
was a problem with R5.0.5 and standalone applications. Have you experienced
any problems with R5.0.6?

I would also like to promote your book in class when I teach the Java in
Domino course. Would you like to email me so that we can discuss this
further?

Regards,
Malcolm
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#2
Re: Have you had problems with 5.0.6 Standalone?
[Originally posted by aspatton]

I haven't used 5.06 a great deal, so I don't have any comments. I'll keep you
informed. What kinda problems are you having?

You can shoot me an email at tpatton@tisny.com.

Thanks for the kind words.

Tony.
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#3
Re: Have you had problems with 5.0.6 Standalone?
[Originally posted by erehnke]

AHA!
i found the problem by searching the Lotus Knowledge Base!

you have to start the ClassPath specification with the current directory:

set ClassPath=.;c:jarsNotes.jar.................

that does the trick!!!!

it just adds the current directory to the classpath