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Which .jar files contains the JspWriter class?

Posted on 2006-07-17
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As for the title. I need the _name_ of the .jar file containing the JspWriter class (and possibly also the JspWriterImpl, but I think they will come together); I looked for them on the net without success.

Thanks in advance.
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by:Emanuele_Ciriachi
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Oh, and if you can provide a link to get it, I will increase points by 25%.
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girionis earned 1280 total points
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Hi Emanuele_Ciriachi

it should be servlet.jar or j2ee.jar.

Cheers
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YOu can get it from here: http://java.sun.com/j2ee/sdk_1.3/
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:)
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Thank you, you already deserver your points. Now, if you could add where to find the .jar for JspWriterImpl (which is included as org.apache.jasper.runtime.JspWriterImpl) that would be really awesome. Or if you want, I can create another thread for that.
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It should be in the package you downloaded. Have you installed it?

Ps. No need to open a new question.
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Yes, found it. Thank you very much.
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