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import my package/class in Redhat9

may Lee
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Joined: Nov 20, 2003
Posts: 68
Sir,

I am using j2sdk1.4.2 at Redhat 9, it is at /usr/java/j2sdk.../, now how can I put my own class or package, so the applet and servlet can both use it?

like

import jave.net.*;
import mypackage.myclass

public class ...{
int i;
myclass a;
....

How to compile after I import my package or class?
I can use "javac myjavaprogram.java" directly? or I must first
compile like "javac -d /$javahome/j2sdk../jre/class myjavaprogram.java

I am Not clear. Please give advise Sir or Madam


Paul Sturrock
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Joined: Apr 14, 2004
Posts: 10336

You can use javac directly, so long as javac is in the path, i.e. linux knows what program you are on about when you type "javac" and where to find it. You can put your own packages anywhere, so long as you add them to your classpath when you run javac.


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