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From Dennis Meerveld <>
Subject RE: I don't get it...
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2001 05:00:03 GMT

Don't really know what you mean.
But a class (.class-file) is all you need, you don't *need* the .java
and recompile that. All you had to do was to address the actual bean in the
(as I thought you could now do). WORA does work... :)

Well, it worked for you anyway.. ;-)



-----Original Message-----
From: John Towell []
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 6:00 PM
To: ''
Subject: RE: I don't get it...


Thanks for your answer.

In this case I had the liberty of having the .java file which I could bring
in and recompile - but what if it had been a proprietary bean class?  ... so
much for write once- run anywhere ... heh


-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis Meerveld
To: ''
Sent: 3/30/01 12:52 AM
Subject: RE: I don't get it...


I'm fairly new to Tomcat, but by bringing in a Bean class, do you mean
it in a JSP ? If so, be sure your <%@ page import =
"oracle.sqlj.runtime.Oracle" %>
is specified. 

If you're running it as a servlet, verify the import statement is

Hope this helps.. :)


-----Original Message-----
From: John Towell []
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 6:43 PM
To: ''
Cc: ''
Subject: I don't get it...

I bring in a Bean class that imports an oracle class that's not on my
server, so I get a:
'Class oracle.sqlj.runtime.Oracle not found in import.' error

OK - so I bring in the appropriate jar file and put it in
and restart tomcat.  I look at messages and tomcat has reported the
classpath as including the newly added jar files.  

But when I rerun the Bean class, I'm still getting the same 'not found
import' error.

If tomcat knows the jar file is there, how can it not be finding the
imported class file? 

What am I missing here?

Thanks - John

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