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Problem with recognizing the class files

John Ip
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Joined: Mar 04, 2004
Posts: 45
Hi guys,
I am using Tomcat 4.1, I have a JSP page, within the page, I have a scriplet which need to get an object from a Vector, the object belongs to a class I develop on my own. Therefore inorder to call the methods of the class I had to cast the object to that class. I already stored the class file in the classes subdirectory in the WEB-INF directory. However, when I run the page, I will get an error saying that it cannot recognize my class type..... can anyone give me some clue. I have similar problem before, but that is because I missed out the import statement......... but for this time I already put the class file in the right place....... thanks for any help can offer!
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Bear Bibeault
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You show us no code, and no error message. All we can do is guess.
And my guess is that that you have not placed the class in a non-default package.

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