Cannot compile Java serlvet code

I am trying to compile the Java code HelloServlet.java HelloServlet.java on my windows 7 PC:

I am following the directions at http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~cis330/jetty.html
I am getting error at compilation as below. Could you please assist me to compile?

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>where javac
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_25\bin\javac.exe
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>echo %JAVA_HOME%
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_25

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>dir
 Volume in drive C has no label.
 Volume Serial Number is E609-E068

 Directory of C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11

11/13/2014  09:51 AM    <DIR>          .
11/13/2014  09:51 AM    <DIR>          ..
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          bin
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          contexts
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          contrib
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          etc
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          examples
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          extras
11/13/2014  09:48 AM               983 HelloServlet.java
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          javadoc
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          lib
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          LICENSES
11/12/2014  04:48 PM    <DIR>          logs
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          modules
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          patches
11/12/2014  03:32 PM            12,512 pom.xml
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          project-website
11/12/2014  03:32 PM             4,253 README.txt
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          resources
11/12/2014  03:32 PM            16,501 start.jar
11/12/2014  03:32 PM           141,436 VERSION.txt
11/12/2014  05:07 PM    <DIR>          webapps
               5 File(s)        175,685 bytes
              17 Dir(s)  119,868,235,776 bytes free

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\lib>dir
 Volume in drive C has no label.
 Volume Serial Number is E609-E068

 Directory of C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\lib

11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          .
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          ..
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          annotations
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          cometd
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          ext
11/12/2014  03:32 PM           500,194 jetty-6.1.11.jar
11/12/2014  03:32 PM           160,510 jetty-util-6.1.11.jar
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          jsp-2.0
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          jsp-2.1
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          management
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          naming
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          plus
11/12/2014  03:32 PM           132,417 servlet-api-2.5-6.1.11.jar
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          win32
11/12/2014  03:32 PM    <DIR>          xbean
               3 File(s)        793,121 bytes
              12 Dir(s)  119,868,227,584 bytes free

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\lib>

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>javac -cp C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\
lib\servlet-api-2.5-6.1.11\servlet-api-2.5-6.1.11.jar HelloServlet.java
HelloServlet.java:2: error: package javax.servlet does not exist
import javax.servlet.*;
^
HelloServlet.java:3: error: package javax.servlet.http does not exist
import javax.servlet.http.*;
^
HelloServlet.java:5: error: cannot find symbol
public class HelloServlet extends HttpServlet
                                  ^
  symbol: class HttpServlet
HelloServlet.java:7: error: cannot find symbol
    protected void doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse resp)
                         ^
  symbol:   class HttpServletRequest
  location: class HelloServlet
HelloServlet.java:7: error: cannot find symbol
    protected void doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse resp)
                                                 ^
  symbol:   class HttpServletResponse
  location: class HelloServlet
HelloServlet.java:8: error: cannot find symbol
        throws ServletException, IOException
               ^
  symbol:   class ServletException
  location: class HelloServlet
HelloServlet.java:20: error: cannot find symbol
    protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse resp)
                          ^
  symbol:   class HttpServletRequest
  location: class HelloServlet
HelloServlet.java:20: error: cannot find symbol
    protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse resp)
                                                  ^
  symbol:   class HttpServletResponse
  location: class HelloServlet
HelloServlet.java:21: error: cannot find symbol
        throws ServletException, IOException
               ^
  symbol:   class ServletException
  location: class HelloServlet
9 errors

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>
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CEHJCommented:
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>dir /ad/s/b webapps

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please post output of above
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toookiAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Here it is:
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>dir /ad/s/b webapps
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\hello
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test-jaas
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\hello\WEB-INF
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\hello\WEB-INF\classes
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\auth
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\cgi-bin
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\chat
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\js
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\jsp
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\WEB-INF
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\WEB-INF\classes
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\WEB-INF\tags
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\WEB-INF\classes\com
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test\WEB-INF\classes\com\acme
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test-jaas\META-INF
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test-jaas\WEB-INF
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test-jaas\META-INF\maven
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test-jaas\META-INF\maven\org.mortbay.
jetty
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\webapps\test-jaas\META-INF\maven\org.mortbay.
jetty\jetty-test-jaas

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>

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CEHJCommented:
Try

C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>mkdir source
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>move HelloServlet.java source
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>cd source
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\source>javac -d ..\webapps\hello\WEB-INF\classes -classpath ..\lib\servlet-api-2.5-6.1.11.jar;. HelloServlet.java
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\source>echo 'Is it there?'
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\source>dir /b ..\webapps\hello\WEB-INF\classes

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ariohCommented:
you have wrong extra path in your javac parameters (C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11\lib\servlet-api-2.5-6.1.11\servlet-api-2.5-6.1.11.jar)

try this one
C:\jetty\jetty-6.1.11\jetty-6.1.11>javac -cp .\lib\servlet-api-2.5-6.1.11.jar HelloServlet.java
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toookiAuthor Commented:
It worked. Many thanks.
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CEHJCommented:
What did? ;)
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CEHJCommented:
The problem is that won't put the class file where it's meant to be. OK, so you can copy the class file or move it but
a. there's no need
b. if you have packages involved (which you should normally) that won't be easy

If you want to continue at the command line (which personally i think is a good idea), you might like to look at using Ant, which will cope as the classpath gets bigger
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