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hi i am using Sun Application Server 8.2 I Opened the command prompt and set the path to jdk 1.5\bin\ . I used to list fields and methods of classes of core java by javap java.lang.String and so on....

but when i type javap javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet it shows error.

what environment i have to set to know about the class in servlet ,jsp etc.
 
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What are you trying to do? That class is unlikely to contain much (or anything) that's of value to you.

As an aside, the classes you want javap to work with need to be in its classpath. Type "javap -help" to have it show its options.
 
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Originally posted by joseph prabhu:
hi i am using Sun Application Server 8.2 I Opened the command prompt and set the path to jdk 1.5\bin\ . I used to list fields and methods of classes of core java by javap java.lang.String and so on....

but when i type javap javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet it shows error.

what environment i have to set to know about the class in servlet ,jsp etc.




hi
you did not understand my question.

first i set the path to java compiler by the command


then i typed

it shows all the method declaration and fields in String class.

i start my sun Application Server 8.2

then i typed javap

it shows error.

i want list of methods present in the interface HttpServletRequest
 
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That means that that class is not in your classpath. By default, only the JSE classes are in your classpath, all other ones (like the JEE classes) need to be added especially.
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
That means that that class is not in your classpath. By default, only the JSE classes are in your classpath, all other ones (like the JEE classes) need to be added especially.



for which path i have to set the classpath.
 
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