Error message when you try to sequence Vignette Business Integration Studio in Microsoft SoftGrid: "java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/oberon/ide/ConsoleStream"

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When you try to sequence Vignette Business Integration Studio in Microsoft SoftGrid, Vignette Business Integration Studio does not start. Additionally, you receive the following error message:
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/oberon/ide/ConsoleStream
Note Vignette Business Integration Studio is a Sun Microsystems Java-based program.

If you complete the package and then try to stream the package from a client computer, Vignette Business Integration Studio fails, and you receive this error message. If you ignore this error message, Vignette Business Integration Studio closes.
This problem occurs because Vignette Business Integration Studio cannot find the Consolestream.class file at the expected location.
To resolve this problem, you must make sure that the Consolestream.class file is available to Vignette Business Integration Studio. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Obtain a copy of the Vbisclasses.jar file, and then extract the contents to a separate folder.
  2. Before you sequence Vignette Business Integration Studio, copy the extracted files to the same folder that contains the Integrate.exe file.
  3. Stop and then start monitoring two times.
  4. Sequence Vignette Business Integration Studio.
More information
When Vignette Business Integration Studio starts, Vignette Business Integration Studio looks for the Consolestream.class file in the following folder:
The Vbisclasses.jar file that contains the Consolestream.class file is located in this folder. However, Vignette Business Integration Studio cannot find the Consolestream.class file.

Typically, a program first searches the folder from which the program starts for library files or for additional files. Therefore, you can make the Consolestream.class file available by putting the Consolestream.class file in the startup folder of the Integrate.exe file.
For more information about how to sequence programs in Microsoft SoftGrid, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
932137 Best practices to use for sequencing in Microsoft SoftGrid
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Article ID: 945623 - Last Review: 01/15/2015 17:32:24 - Revision: 2.0

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