Originally posted by Grins: Second, I'm confused. I thought in both instances I was referring to package.class. I have my naming convention/order wrong?
Firstly, code that doesn't follow accepted naming conventions is surprisingly hard to read. Package names should be all lowercase, and class names should be in mixed case. So it's hard to tell what your intention is.
In the import statement:You are telling the translator/compiler to include all classes in the data.search package. Here "search" is a package name.
Yet in:you are saying that "search" is a class in package "data". Which is it?
If "search" is a class, it should be named Search (in fact, it should be something a little more descriptive than a single word).
So what's the class and what's the package? [ July 05, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
I think I've done this correctly. Interestingly, maybe you know what this means, I placed all of my .jsp files in the ROOT directory and left the class file in its current location. The application deploys fine now.