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Including a jar file while compilation

 
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Hi All,

I am trying to build a struts application manually.

I have got all my .java files in src folder. I have included struts.jar in /WEB-INF/lib folder.

I try to compile my .java file using the following command

javac -d WEB-INF\classes src\com\ilp\struts\action\*.java src\com\ilp\struts\business\*.java src\com\ilp\stru
ts\db\*.java src\com\ilp\struts\formbeans\*.java src\com\ilp\struts\util\*.java


And I get the error saying package org.apache.struts.action.ActionForm, org.apache.struts.action.ActionMapping so on.

None of the struts classes is not readable.

I dont know how to include my struts.jar while compilation.

Can any one please help me out?
 
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Have your tried using a classpath? Either the -cp option or the environment variable?

Henry
 
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Thanks henry,

I have included the path of the struts.jar in my classpath and it works fine.

I must have checked my path first.

And henry how to use the -cp option with javac -d WEB-INF\classes src\com\ilp\struts\action\*.java src\com\ilp\struts\business\*.java src\com\ilp\stru
ts\db\*.java src\com\ilp\struts\formbeans\*.java src\com\ilp\struts\util\*.java


Thanks in advance.
 
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How about typing in "javac" without any parameters? But the solution is simple: just add "-cp <JAR file>" just before the "-d".
 
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Thanks all......I am able to deploy my application properly.
 
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