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 Have you got a NoClassDefFoundError or ClassNotFoundException? Or are you trying to find out where a particular class could be found in the plethora of JAR/WAR/EAR libraries you have? Well, that's exactly what the Java Class Finder tries to address!

Java Class Finder is a tool which lets us search for a particular Java class among hundreds of JAR/WAR/EAR files. Simple as it sounds, this particular tool is extremely handy in day to day Java/J2EE development.

You can download Java Class Finder free here.
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