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From "Jeffrey Hood" <jh...@hmcon.com>
Subject RE: Classpath problems with Tomcat 3.2
Date Thu, 21 Jun 2001 20:32:09 GMT
IT WORKED...  Thanks...

I didn't know that you have to expicitly import ALL classes...  the import
"*" blows up however...  also of interest is that all of the Bean
declarations have to have the -full- package name...

Thanks again...

JH

> 	The problem is that your generated servlet code (from the JSP) has a
> package associated with it that is based upon the webapp's
> structure.  Your
> top-level jsp is in the default (blank) package.  Your lower JSP is in the
> subdir1.subdir2 package.
>
> 	To solve the problem in your test.jsp class you need to add a <%@
> page import="test" %> (double check my syntax, I'm typing quickly).  An
> import="*" might work, but I'm not sure.
>
> 	Randy
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jeffrey Hood [mailto:jhood@hmcon.com]
> > Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2001 1:14 PM
> > To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> > Subject: Classpath problems with Tomcat 3.2
> >
> >
> >
> > Anyone have -any- explaniation of this???
> >
> > I can't seem to get the following to work...
> >
> > entry in server.xml
> > <Host name="dev.jhood.com" >
> >   <Context path="/"
> >   		docBase="/home/jhood/dev/websource/tomcat"
> >             debug="0"
> > 		crossContext="false"
> >             reloadable="true">
> >   </Context>
> > </Host>
> >
> > files:
> > /home/jhood/dev/websource/tomcat:
> >    /WEB-INF
> >       /classes
> >           test.class
> >    /subdir1
> >       /subdir2
> >
> > I have test.jsp in /home/jhood/dev/websource/tomcat, and it finds the
> > test.class fine, as well as other classes that test.class
> > uses...  all is
> > well...
> >
> > But if I put test.jsp in
> > /home/jhood/dev/websource/tomcat/subdir1/subdir2,
> > the jsp doesn't compile, and the message is that it can't find
> > subdir1.subdir2.test to instance it...
> >
> > Why is it looking for the subdir1.subdir2 package instead of
> > finding it in
> > WEB-INF/classes...  do I -have- to have all of my jsp's in
> > the root (can't
> > believe that is the case...)
> >
> > Thanks in advance...
> >
> > JH
> >
> >
> >
> > Jeffrey Hood
> > HM Consulting, Inc.
> > 717.509.6558
> > jhood@hmcon.com
> >
> >


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