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package does not exist

Andrew Lit
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Joined: Jul 01, 2002
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Hi,
such error i get in this line
import javax.servlet;
what shoul i change in my classpath to get rid of this error?
thank you in advance.
sijtsche smeman
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Joined: Jun 30, 2003
Posts: 7
instead of import javax.servlet; use import javax.servlet.*; You should use this rule:
import packagename.classname; or * instead of classname for all classes in that package.
Sijtsche
Andrew Lit
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sorry i made a mistake while typing the post, so what i actually have is:
import javax.servlet.*;
James Chegwidden
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Are you using J2EE? JSP/Servlets, Beans are used with the Enterprise Edition- not the Standard edition.


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Andrew Lit
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yes, i downloaded j2ee 1.4 sdk, added %installdir%/bin to the PATH and %installdir%/lib to the current CLASSPATH, but this package still is not found.
Susilo Saja
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Joined: May 27, 2003
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Did you put the lib directory or the j2ee.jar file into the CLASSPATH? you need to put j2ee.jar into the CLASSPATH, not the lib directory
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