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Posted on 2014-04-10
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I obtained a sourcecode that creates a web portal and the source code is in JAVA.
I need to use this source code to setup my development environment.
I imported the source code via File-> Import in Eclipse. When I compile I get error.
It shows the attached problems with the compilation. Could you assist how to resolve it?compilation errorCapture1.JPG
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by:chaitu chaitu
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attach the project structure screen shot that imported in eclipse.
i assume that project structure was wrong.

apart from that clean the project in eclipse..


project---clean
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by:awking00
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Since your import line is showing an x, I suspect they include ones that are not in your build path. What do the imports look like when you expand them?
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by:toooki
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Thank you all. I used project-->clean. I have attached the current screenshots below that will show the error details. I am getting the error: "The type javax.servlet.httpservletrequest cannot be resolved".
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chaitu chaitu earned 500 total points
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need to add servlet.jar in these libraries.
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