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Hello again, hope you can help! I have just started working with EJB's and have come across a stumbling block. I have installed, JDK J2SE and then J2EE as per instructions. I use Forte CE as my IDE. When I add the import statements, Forte cannot find javax.ejb! It can find servlet, swing, microedition, naming, and accesibility. I know that it is not using J2ME to compile as I have told it not to. Can some please tell me why this might be happening as it is hampering my progression! Cheers Niz
Nizan Horsefield<BR>Sys Eng Internet Services<BR>Citibank
Hi You have to set the classpath as follows Goto Dos prompt, Type the following commands set classpath=c:\j2sdkee1.x.x\lib\j2ee.jar; set path=c:\j2sdkee1.x.x\bin; Now try to compile your application it will compile. The following steps for j2sdkee. Definitely it will work. Even any problem you can contact me.
Add j2ee.jar in you enviroment variable CLASSPATH.
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Unfortunatelt I have already set these env. variables on my PC. The EJB classes that I am writing compile fine from the DOS prompt. It is only from within Sun's IDE Forte, that I cannot get to javax.ejb.*. Any ideas?