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Rajesh Veluchamy
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I am using Jrun server. I have included basacAll.jar file, which contains com/portal/bas/PPooledConnectionClientServices.java and in my lib folder also i have com/portal/bas/PPooledConnectionClientServices.java




now according to the above code "PPooledConnectionClientServices" will use which one.


Thanks in advance
-Rajesh.v
Campbell Ritchie
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After the package declaration and before the "public class" bit:

import com.portal.bas.PPooledConnectionClientServices;//or correct spelling

You may need to use a -cp option when you run or compile the class. Go to this page and click the "java" and "javac" boxes for more information.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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