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JSP with IIS 3.0 and JRUN 3.0 concocts a peculiar problem  RSS feed

Ugly Redneck
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I have a very peculiar problem. I have developed a JSP application which has to run under IIS 3.0 with the JRUN plugin. The JSP makes use of a bean, and the bean is placed inside a package. Whenever the JSP is called, the JSP functions but I receive the error that the package cannot be located.
I tried placing the bean in the root directory and then I received the error that the Bean could not be found. I have tried everything. However the same JSP and bean, run fine under JSWDK and Java Webserver 2.0, as well as Forte
Any solutions???
Thanks in advance
Sriraj Rajaram
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Probably JRun has a different convention about classes used in multiple applications. In 2.3, it is the lib directory but I don't know what it is in 3.0. Read the documentation or browse around until you find a bunch of jar files.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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