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Hi

I am trying to compile a servlet on win2k , apache tomcat 4.0 .

I have mentioned the class path for the /apache/tomcat/coomon/lib/servlet.jar path.But i still get a javax.servlet does not exist error.

Is there any thing more i should do other than mentioning the class path for the servlet.jar? where are the classes for javax.servlet.*?

Thanks in advance for ur help :)
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rayman1964 earned 90 total points
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I can reference java.servlet.* in my program and compile it without any problems.
Here is my classpath:

"c:\program files\j2sdk_nb\j2sdk1.4.2\jre\lib\rt.jar;.;c:\Program Files\Apache Tomcat 4.0\common\lib\servlet.jar;c:\myjspapp\WEB-INF\classes

As long as servlet.jar is in your class path, you should be able to compile it with no problems.

Jeff
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It worked thanks. I
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it worked thanks .
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