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jrun 4 + IIS + jdk 1.4 --> not able to find package

 
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hi,

I dont know whether I am posting this in right forum or not.

I have run into a strange problem.

Recently we planned to upgrade out existing system running on JRun 3/JDK 1.3/IIS to JRun 4/JDK 1.4/IIS.

Now it is not able to find a package which I am using in most of my JSPs whereas its running fine in older configuration.Tried setting classpath in JRun and in windows env. but no use.

Please suggest...

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And the missing package is... ?
 
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hi Fred,

well all my pages used to work fine in JRun 3 but now are throwing this error. I have also update Jrun with update 4.




Or





I guess it is some configuration problem.please suggest...
[ June 29, 2006: Message edited by: Himanshu Bisht ]
 
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got the solution...

Jrun 3 can execute this


but Jrun 4 throws error in this....

this is the correct way


[ July 03, 2006: Message edited by: Himanshu Bisht ]
[ July 03, 2006: Message edited by: Himanshu Bisht ]
 
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