How to import javax.servlet.*;

Can someone tell me where i find the javax.servlet package. I am using Eclipse and when I include the import statement import javax.servlet.*; it says it cannot be resolved. searching in the package javax I find a lot of packages like security, sound, swing, xml,  but not javax.servlet. These  packages seem to be in the jar files in the jdk/jre/lib folder.

thanks,
Bruce Mutch
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rrzCommented:
servlet-api.jar   If you are using Tomcat then it is in  Tomcat/common/lib
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rrzCommented:
You can download Tomcat from
http://jakarta.apache.org/site/binindex.cgi   
for the Servlet 2.4 API  get
5.0.28.zip  or   5.0.28.tar.qz
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bmutchAuthor Commented:
thanks I've got Tomcot, just need to know how to include the jar file in my project in Eclipse now that I know what the path is.

Bruce Mutch
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rrzCommented:
>how to include the jar file in my project in Eclipse
Sorry, I don't use Eclipse.  Maybe someone will help.
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raj3060Commented:
Did you say eclipse, (websphere) then you should have the javax library there you don't need to import it. It comes with rt.jar file.
If you want to include the file then follow these directions:
1. right click on your project folder inside the project navigation window (make sure you are running websphere and in the project)
2. click on the properties
3. It will open a new window Properties for 'yourProject'
4. Select Java Build Path
5. Click on Libraries
6. Click on Add External JARs
7. now select the jar file from the menu you want to select, and that's it.
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CodingExpertsCommented:
1) download servlet.jar
2) go to file -> new->project
3) click on java project in the widow that opens up and do next
4) specify the project name and do next
5) go to the libraries and select "ADD EXTERNAL JAR" and specify the location of servlet.jar and do finish
6) NOw run your code.


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siliconeagleCommented:
if you have already created you project :-
1. rt clk on the project in the navigator and select properties.
2. selelect "Java Build path" from the left hand box
3. select libraries tab
4. select "ADD EXTERNAL JAR" and specify the location of servlet.jar.
5. click "Finish" button.
you will then see the code being rebuilt.
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bmutchAuthor Commented:
thanks all , I awarded based on the first one to give new info.

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