Don't keep JavaRanchCommon.jar or JavaRanchCommon.zip in your classpath.
Removed that from my classpath.(!)
Substitute jr.jar everywhere you were using the other jar (like in the logApp, for example).
Do you mean to change any reference to JavaRanchCommon.jar to jr.jar? I hope it doesn't appear in too many places!
Also, if you've unpackaged the classes (unzipped them), you'll need to delete all those classes (in the com\javaranch\common subdirectory).
I placed a copy of jr.jar in orion\lib\ as instructed, but BeeServlet didn't work, so I also uzipped the file to that directory. Should I delete the directory named com that holds the rest of the directories, or the class files that are contained in those directories? Should I also replace the com folder where it appears in my java directory, where I do all of my coding/compiling with jr.jar? I have jr.jar unzipped there as well as in the classes directory in orion. Should I replace those with the zipped copy of the file? Does orion know how to un-zip the file?
Otherwise your computer may be very confused trying to figure out which classes to use (or you may be very confused trying to figure out which classes your computer is using).
I don't know if my computer is confused, but I sure am!
Originally posted by Carol Murphy:
I changed the import statement for javaranch.common to jr.jar
Originally posted by Kristin Stromberg:
Is it just me, or is the subject stuck on the classpath again meant to be sung to the tune of back in the saddle again?
At any rate, welcome back Carol!