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Question about html class

 
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I am new to Servlet programming. I am trying to run some of the
programs given in books. When I try to compile a servlet
using HTML object, it is giving an error saying unidentified
sysmbol HTML. I could see HTML class not present in the
j2ee.jar which I am including in classpath variable. Could
anyone please tell me where I can get the jar file which
contains the HTML class
 
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What do you mean by HTML object? You can either run a servlet by directly calling it in the URL, or indirectly calling it from a hypertext link inside an HTMl file.
To compile a servlet, try to copy the servlet.jar from the J2EE folder or from any web server package to your JDK lib directory and then set classpath to the jar file.
 
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