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where i need to place my java bean file in the tomcat

albert sie
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i want to create a bean file but when i run the jsp page it's come out "unable to compile class for jsp"
i place my class file under the C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\classes which my page is put inside the webapps\ROOT.

some one can give me the solution in this manner

thankyou...

best regards,

albert


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Bear Bibeault
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Have you read the JSP FAQ entries on this issue?


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Ben Souther
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Since the directory structure of a webapp is defined by the servlet spec and is not Tomcat specific, I'm going to move this to the Servlets forum.

As Bear has said, there is some material in the JSP FAQ that will help you with this. In particular, see:
http://faq.javaranch.com/view?PackageYourBeans


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Sunil Vasudevan
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Which version of Tomcat are you using. I had faced a similar issue with Tomcat 5.x.

If you are creating a bean with default package, Tomcat will not identify this bean class. Define a package for the bean class.

Example:
package foo;

public class UserBean
{
// Your private attributes and getter/setters
}

I am not sure from which version onwards Tomcat started having this restriction. Seems it was from 4.x onwards, if I am not mistaken.


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