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Benjamin Hundley
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It's been a while since I've done anything with J2EE. Last version I worked with was 1.4. I am trying to use ant to build a project I didn't write and it can't find HTTPServlet. I have a program called jarscan that scans for classes inside jars and I can't find that class in any jar on my system. I double checked to make sure I had downloaded the J2EE 6 SDK and found that I had, in the glassfishv3 folder. So where is the jar that this class is located in? Why can't I find it anywhere?
 
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HttpServlet (case counts) is bundled with whatever container you are using. If Tomcat, for example, it will be in servlet-api.jar.
 
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Duh, Thanks. Found it.
 
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