Originally posted by Jun Hong:
If you are using 4.0, here is my answer:
The problem is related to jar or classpath or servlet class file. First put all the classes used by your servlet in a jar and specify the jar in your classpath. In AAT under web Modules click the module which has the servlet, and click the General tab then you will find classpath. (Use Help or F1) Specify the your jar there. Everything there is relative to root. Under Web Modules, go to Files, class File is the place where you can put your servlet classes. Jar is the place your specify jars.
Deploy it on application server again.
If you are using 3.5 which is very likely(JSP 1.0), I don't know. I used it before but I forgot the details. The nature of the problem is similar.
[This message has been edited by Jun Hong (edited December 21, 2001).]
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