java beans in cisco cra editor

Posted on 2006-05-21
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Dear Experts,

i am using Cisco CRA Editor which is using JTAPI and Java Beans.

There is a certain bean that is supposed to take a string input and send it to an SQL DB.

The problem is that i need to link a variable inside the string that is to be submitted.
My problem is that the bean does not support this as the input field is of type String and therefore wont recognize the variable name but consider it as a normal string.

i have decompiled the bean and have now the appropriate BEAN java source code.

can any one help me making out of the java source codes a jar file again?

please dont laugh but the problem i am facing is that during compilation the compiler cannot find the Cisco specific sources and class files.

how can i make the system use a folder that contains all class files as INCLUDE folder?

Thank you

Best regards,

Question by:KiyamKadir
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there is the CLASSPATH variable you can use.
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