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Where to put the servlet.jar

 
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Hi, I just found a servlet.jar in tomcat's lib directory. I put it in C:\jdk1.2.1\lib, the compiler can not find javax.servlet.*. Then I put it in C:\jdk1.2.1\jre\lib, the compiler still can't find javax.servlet.*. Can someone tell me where exactly to place the servlet.jar?
Thanks.
BTW, I am using JDK 1.2.1.
 
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Hi,
As u find the servlet.jar in the tomcat's directory, note down the full path.Then go to the dos prompt and set classpath ,the command may be set classpath=%classpath%;c:dir name\dir name\(where servlet.jar file is).

Then complie servlet file and run it.Think now it will work .
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Bipul
 
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At c:/> I put classpath=%classpath%;C:\jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1\lib, but DOS says "Bad command or file name". Can you be more specific?
Thanks.
 
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Hi Cameron,
If JAR file has to be recognized in the classpath, you need to provide the complete path including the name of the JAR file
Assuming, that you have have servlet.jar in C:\jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1\lib, this is what you need to add in your System/User Classpath of your system

Alternatively, you could type the following command in the DOS-Prompt

Hope this helps,
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