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Error while calling beans in jsp

 
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Hi everybody,I'm having problem while calling bean class in my jsp e.g. <jsp:useBean id="user" class="UserData" scope="session"/> gives me an error that "cannot resolve symbol : class UserData",i'm keeping my UserData.class in web-inf\classes directory and have set the classpath in system as well as in catalina.bat.
Plz suggest me the possible solution asap.
 
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Don't u have a package structure for ur classes. If you dont have, putting your classes into some package will avoid lot of frustrations like this.
 
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This needs to be an FAQ somewhere. A bean class used in a JSP must be in a package.
 
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I've actually managed to include a bean outside of a package using the import statement in the jsp, for example:-
<%@ page language="java" import="iBean" %>
The bean class just sits in the WAR structure under WEB-INF/classes
 
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That will work in Java 1.3 but not in 1.4.
 
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