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Symbolic link - Unable to find class for bean

 
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I'm trying to setup my first symbolic link and am running into problems.
I have created a link using the "ln -s" command and tested it using a standalone JSP, it works fine. When I use a JSP with references to other classes, that's when I get a "Unable to find class for bean" error. I have created a directory to store the packged classes, so that the package.method reference can be satisfied. Any ideas what the problem(s) could be? Do I need to make any configuration changes to the httpd.conf or elsewhere? I have added the destination directory to the "PATH" in the .profile, but it still did not help. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks. :roll:
 
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Need more info. Please give us a sketch of your direcory trees.
Also exactly what 'ln -s' command you issued.
Check the system logs for more information, as well as 'catalina.out'.
This could be a 'permission' problem.
Regards, Guy
 
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Guy, Thanks for the reply. The file permissions were fine. Had to set the classpath in jserv.properties and bounce the server. That took care of it.
 
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Can you teach me how to set classpath in the jserv.properties?
Thanks in advance.
 
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