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Hi !

I keep getting the error and have been getting it for quite some time and i cant figure out why it is invalid!

org.apache.jasper.JasperException: /TestBean.jsp(1,1) The value for the useBean class attribute foo.Employee is invalid.

My code:


Person.java


Employee.java


TestBean.jsp




Even when I would class="foo.Employee" with out the "type" , I would get the same error.

And it all loooks so simple!




 
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Your Employee class is not public...
 
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oh Miee!! And i still haven't learned from my mistakes!

Thanks alot!
 
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