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I installed Netscape enterprise server 6.1 on Solaris 10 and then I installed JStudio 8 on Solaris...

When I coded a simple JSP page in JStudio to connect my Oracle server (runs on Solaris too) it said oracle.java.drivers.oracledriver (something like that... I cannot tell exact sentence at least right now, maybe later when I noticed the error) not found...

What should I download and how to configure Netscape?

I got Oracle driver for Solaris... It is 1 zip file contains alot of class (java compiled files)... What should I do? How do I address the file to be oracle driver for my JSP files?

By the way... When I echo $CLASSPATH in terminal I get nothing... It makes problem?

Thanks from no!
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>>How do I address the file to be oracle driver for my JSP files?
put your java driver jar file (classes12 .jar or ojdbc14.jar depend on your Java version) under /WEB-INF/lib/
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