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Carol Murphy
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Joined: Mar 15, 2001
Posts: 1202
Okay, so I'm now back to the point in Servlets where I'm trying to get the MVC2 version of BeeServlet to work. I follow all of the directions to the letter. Guess what? I'm still getting the original version.
Delete all of my BeeServlet class files.
Recompile the MVC2 version.
Put the class files in the classes folder as instructed.
No good. Read the error message. Wait, maybe I should be putting these files SOMEWHERE ELSE???
Transfer the files to a new location, and voil´┐Ż, there it is! The message I was hoping for!
Now I'm beginning to think it wasn't a classpath thing at all! Maybe the curse is broken.
At least my files are all cleaned up and I now have the latest version of jr.jar, so I guess it wasn't a total disaster!
Tom Henner

Joined: Jul 04, 2005
Posts: 18
I thought I was looking forward to breezing past OOP and into servlets (not that I've even gotten past SayB yet), but sounds like the winds are strong and the creeks are high! Good luck getting everything running. I hope I'll be able to benefit from your experiences very soon.

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