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I'm back again with more J2EE questions. I've downloaded Sun ONE Studio 5 and am trying to play around with some changes to the application I have inherited. I've mounted the directory with all the code and have made some minor changes (only hard coded text on a jsp page), I went to "build all" and now I'm getting errors stating "Unable to load class com.es.taglib.etags.ViewTag. I have the directory and the tag library but I'm guessing the path could be the issue.

Currently the directory I have mounted is c:\source\web which contains all source code. The tag lib are under c:\source\web\web-inf\tlds and the classes are under c:\source\web\web-inf\classes\com\es\taglib\etags.

The etags.tld which is referenced has a <tagclass> of com.es.tablib.etags.ViewTag

This all looks (to me) like it should work but is my directory setup correctly?

Thanks for all your help
 
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