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Error with java bean

 
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Hi,

I recently migrated from jdk1.3 to jdk 1.5.
Now I am comiling my java bean and it compiled fine.
I am using iPlanet web server.When I tried to run the application I got the page displayed as page can't be displayed.I checked the errors,the error I got is:

Internal error: Unexpected error condition thrown (java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/net/InetAddress,java/net/InetAddress), stack:java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/net/InetAddress

need help please!
thanks
 
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InetAddress has been in the JDK since the very beginning, so your app server is presumably running in a non-standard Java environment -- maybe some open-source JVM that doesn't implement the complete API?
 
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hi,
thanks for the reply,
web server is running properly.
I don't understand where it is failing

thanks again
 
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