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Check if files specified in java -classpath exists or not

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I have a UNIX script which creates a report. In that script I have to define the java classpath. Also I need to check if the java classpath specified exists or not. Below is the command i use

# check if path defined in $jXY exists
for i in $XY
if [ -f $i ]
echo $i
java -classpath.:$XY <parameters to create report>

When i run this without checking whether path exists or not, the report is generated, but when i include the statements to check for existence of path in $XY, i am getting the error "./bgh/nkl is missing the manifest file entry"
But it actually has the manifest entry. I want to know how the check for existence of path can affect the generation of report in the java -classpath statement.
Feb 4 '08 #1
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