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Question Title Why do I get the error message “java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: ctree2" ?

This error indicates that the “ctree2” file handler is being used in the isCOBOL Framework configuration file with one or more trailing spaces after its value.

You may open your configuration file with an hex editor and see the 20 hex value(s) after the iscobol.file.index=ctree2 entry and you just need to remove them and save the file or you may open it with a regular text editor and make sure no spaces at all are after the ctree2 value.

The same error may happen with any values used for the iscobol.file.index or iscobol.file.index.filename properties.

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