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Error Compiling EJBs from command prompt

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Hi All,
While compiling EJB classes from command prompt I am getting these errors:
package javax.ejb does not exist
cannot resolve symbol EJBObject
and so on.
I beleive this means necessary jar files containing these package/classes are missing in the CLASSPATH variable.
I have opened all the jar files that are under my J2EE installation directory but could not find one that has javax.ejb package in it.
As someone adviced I also tried running setEnv.bat file. But it did not help.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
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When you install J2EE on your 'puter, you will have a jar file named "j2ee.jar" I belive in the main directory, not in the lib one.
Including the j2ee.jar file in your classpath will relieve your worries. If it ain't there, look around a bit. I'm on a j2ee 1.4 on windows, and it's sitting right there if I remember correctly.
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