jarFinder.com – Free Online Jar Database

jarFinder.com is a new free service to help java programmers solve ClassNotFoundExceptions and NoClassDefFoundErrors. Just enter the name of a class and we’ll produce a list of jar files that provide it.

Ever wasted hours of development time pulling your hair out trying to solve a ClassNotFoundException or NoClassDefFoundError? It’s often not obvious which jar files are required on the classpath, and when a project has a large number of dependencies things can quickly become a nightmare.

Fortunately http://www.jarFinder.com is here to help.

Jarfinder allows java programmers to solve classpath problems quickly and easily. Just enter the name of a class and we’ll produce a list of jar files that provide it.

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