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Posted on 2006-11-24
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Hello and how is it everyone? I am really stuck and confused and maybe something might have an answer. I have a jar file that has a class file inside the jar. I have a web page that is using a Bean inside the code that is pointing to the class file in that jar file. However, for some reason the web page is not seeing class file. The log file says Bean cannot be founnd in path. However, that class file is in the exact path it should be. Ideas?
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Try importing it in your page directive.
<%@ page import="java.io.File" %>  
or use its fully qualified name in the code line.
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post u r code here
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place the jar file inside the lib dir of ur application
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Thansk for eveyrone's help, but the issue seems to be more strange then predicted. I am going to have to think about another way to work on this project. :)
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