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Andrew Lit
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Hi,
such error i get in this line
import javax.servlet;
what shoul i change in my classpath to get rid of this error?
thank you in advance.
 
sijtsche smeman
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instead of import javax.servlet; use import javax.servlet.*; You should use this rule:
import packagename.classname; or * instead of classname for all classes in that package.
Sijtsche
 
Andrew Lit
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sorry i made a mistake while typing the post, so what i actually have is:
import javax.servlet.*;
 
James Chegwidden
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Are you using J2EE? JSP/Servlets, Beans are used with the Enterprise Edition- not the Standard edition.
 
Andrew Lit
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yes, i downloaded j2ee 1.4 sdk, added %installdir%/bin to the PATH and %installdir%/lib to the current CLASSPATH, but this package still is not found.
 
Susilo Saja
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Did you put the lib directory or the j2ee.jar file into the CLASSPATH? you need to put j2ee.jar into the CLASSPATH, not the lib directory
Susilo
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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