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Servlet cannot be resolved.

                              
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Hi I am having a problem with Eclipse. When I try to code servlets and I import javax.servlet Eclipse says that it cannot be resolved. How can I get right. Thanks in advance.
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You need to add a JAR file (one that contains javax.servlet.* stuff) to your project's classpath.


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This would be the j2ee.jar or servlets.jar that comes with your application/web server.


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