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i had jsdk2.0 and jdk1.3 with me but the servlets are not compiled .iam getting the error as javax.servlet not found in import.
i set the classpath correctly.
but no use. what to do?
 
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Dont use JSDK - it is outdated and not supported by Sun.
Could somebody please tell me why people keep trying to use JSDK? The java.sun.com site is VERY clear that it is outdated and that the Tomcat package from jakarta.apache.org is the current best servlet package.
Why do you folks keep trying to use JSDK?
Bill
 
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William,
I agree with you, I have said this to so many people before, but no way, they keep trying to use JSDK!
Regards,
Jimi.
 
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Syam,
The javaranch has a naming policy and your login name does not meet the requirement.
Please signup again with a proper name.
Thanks..
 
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