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Jsp and location of JavaBeans

 
Sean Casey
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Hi,
I have a simple javabean class in a Player. I then have a jsp page that uses a scriptlet to create a new Player object. But every time I try to compile the jsp page (using Netbeans) I get an exception explaining that the Player class cannot be found. So my question is, do I need to adjust the classpath, or is there a special directory the javabean class needs to go in so that the jsp page can find it upon compilation?
Thanks for any help.
 
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Well, you probrably want to make sure you are importing the class using the page directive or the <jsp:useBean> tag. Also make sure that WAR file is structed correctly and the package(s) are apart of your WAR file. I hope I understand your question.
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Your java bean class should go in WEB-INF/classes (or, if it is packaged in a jar file, in WEB-INF/lib).
 
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... and make sure that Netbeans knows to look for it there.
 
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Thanks for all the suggestions. How do I make sure Netbeans knows where to look for the files? I think this may be my problem. Is there a specific way to do this?
 
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Since this has clearly become a Netbeans issue, I was going to shuffle this along to the IDE forum, but noticed you had already posted there.
Please continue any discussion here and please don't cross-post what is essentially the same question in multiple fourms.
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