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where do I put java class files in case I use a java bean in my jsp page on j2ee1.3.1.
normally with j2ee1.2.1 you place java class files in j2ee/lib/classes folder which j2ee1.3.1 does not have
and how do I connect a jsp form to oracle 9i database using j2ee1.3.1 as my application server.
very urgent tanks
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Best get reading those tutorials and API docs if it's very urgent! :roll:

The answer to your first question is something like:

Is it really /lib/classes in 1.2.1? Sounds a bit daft.

For your second question, I suggest you read up about JDBC or something like JDO and use that. If you have problems, come back to this forum, or the appropriate forum (e.g. JDBC) for further help.

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If u need a jar file to ur application , then put all ur jars into <J2EE-HOME>/lib/
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"Manivannan .P",

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