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why eclipse in unbale to find action class and form

 
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Hello,

I have eclipse 3.2.2 tomcat5.0 and struts 1.1,I have created a java project in eclipse and inported strutsblank.war file to run the struts in eclipse,
now under src there is java folder which eclipse has created but I have renamed the folder to com under that login->struts and here I put my action class same way com->login>struts>forms>actionform, byr why the eclipse is unable to find my actionform, under project properties build path source folder what should I specify?
 
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Why did you rename the directory? Don't. Keep the source under a source directory.

If you *do* rename the source directory you'll need to update the project's properties to reflect the new hierarchy--but putting the source code and the root of the project is a bad idea.
 
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