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Joined: Dec 28, 2000
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Hi ,
I have a bean named testBean in the classpath directory when I try to run that bean it gives me an internal servlet error, where as when I move that same bean to foo directory and call it using foo.testBean, it runs fine. could someone explain it. Since This was my first bean, so the question will seem little stupid.
William Brogden
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Is the bean in the foo package?
Show the code you use to try to instantiate the bean.
And, MOST important - what is the error reported? Your servlet engine should be logging errors somewhere.

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