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No Servlet class

Geetha Sriram
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Joined: Jun 23, 2004
Posts: 1
I've installed jdk1.2. If i run a servlet program it throws error saying javax.servlet classes cannt be found. What to do???
Gopal Shah
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Joined: May 17, 2003
Posts: 65
I think u have posted in the wrong forum. It shud have been in the Servlets forum.

Servlets r not part of the core language and hence u got that exception. Typically to run a servlet program u have to have some kind of servlet container like Tomcat. When u install apache tomcat, Servlet and JSP jar files r included with it. U can use any other webserver that is available.
 
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