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From Markus Wagner <mawag...@mail.uni-mainz.de>
Subject Re: classpath: LDAPProcessor not found
Date Fri, 04 Aug 2000 21:12:05 GMT
Hi Kevin,

ok, I'll try JNDI.

But why should we all switch to Tomcat?
I am new to xml.apache at all. I just started with Jserv. The web pages
don't inform on differences. What's the difference?

Markus

Kevin Sonney wrote:
> 
> On Fri, 4 Aug 2000, Markus Wagner wrote:
> > I am using JDK 1.2.2. Shouldn't JNDI be part of this distribution?
> 
> Nope - that's JDK 1.3 that includes JNDI. JDK 1.2.2 you have to download
> it extra. Sorry!
> 
> > The other thing is that I don't use Tomcat; I use Apache/Jserv (what's
> > the difference?).
> 
> Tomcat uses the Servlet 2.2 spec. I prefer JServ, myself, as it works
> better with Apache Named virtual hosts.
> 
> > And: The exception states that the LDAPProcessor was not found. There is
> > nothing about any JNDI classes.
> 
> Actually, it said that javax.naming.somethingorother couldn't be found in
> the error you posted, and it was therefor *UNABLE* to load LDAP processor.
> 
> > Any experience with Apache/Jserv? Should I use Tomcat instead? Why?
> 
> I prefer JServ, but I'm going to have to switch at some point to
> TomCat. So should we all....
> 
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