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From "Steve Carson-Rowland" <stevecars...@optusnet.com.au>
Subject RE: JSP config question from a newbie
Date Wed, 07 Jan 2004 09:50:58 GMT
Hi Schalk,

Do I need to install J2EE as well? I thought if I was using Tomcat, this
was handling the server side instead. I have the latest J2SE - 1.4.2 and
have set JAVA_HOME and CLASSPATH.

Thanks
Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: Schalk [mailto:schalk@volume4.co.za] 
Sent: Tuesday, 30 December 2003 1:26 AM
To: 'Tomcat Users List'
Subject: RE: JSP config question from a newbie

Steve

First off, ensure that you have both the latest J2SE and J2EE packages
installed. Then in your CLASSPATH point to both your J2SE as well as
J2EE
installation directories.
ex. C:\j2sdk1.4\lib\tools.jar;c:\j2sdkee\lib

You should also set your JAVA_HOME and J2EE_HOME i.e. 
JAVA_HOME = c:\j2sdk1.4.2\
J2EE_HOME = c:\j2sdkee1.4\ 

This should solve all of your problems.

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:: -----Original Message-----
:: From: Steve Carson-Rowland [mailto:stevecarsonr@optusnet.com.au]
:: Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2003 5:09 AM
:: To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
:: Subject: JSP config question from a newbie
:: 
:: I am just trying to get up and running with JSP, and have installed
:: Tomcat 5.0. I am using Sams "Teach Yourself JavaServer Pages". The
code
:: in the book, and the instructions are all based on Tomcat 4.0.3.
:: 
:: (I am running Windows XP Professional).
:: 
:: When I try and compile the following:
:: -------------------------------------------
:: import java.io.*;
:: import javax.servlet.*;
:: import javax.servlet.http.*;
:: 
:: public class ch01_06 extends HttpServlet
:: {
::     public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request,
::                       HttpServletResponse response)
::         throws IOException, ServletException
::     {
::         response.setContentType("text/html");
::         PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();
:: 
::         out.println("<HTML>");
::         out.println("<HEAD>");
::         out.println("<TITLE>");
::         out.println("A Web Page");
::         out.println("</TITLE>");
::         out.println("</HEAD>");
::         out.println("Hello there!");
::         out.println("</BODY>");
::         out.println("</HTML>");
::     }
:: }
:: 
:: -------------------------------------------
:: I get the following errors:
:: 
:: ------------------------------
:: C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat
:: 5.0\webapps\ch01>javac ch01_06.java
:: ch01_06.java:2: package javax.servlet does not exist
:: import javax.servlet.*;
:: ^
:: ch01_06.java:3: package javax.servlet.http does not exist
:: import javax.servlet.http.*;
:: ^
:: ch01_06.java:5: cannot resolve symbol
:: symbol  : class HttpServlet
:: location: class ch01_06
:: public class ch01_06 extends HttpServlet
::                              ^
:: ch01_06.java:7: cannot resolve symbol
:: symbol  : class HttpServletRequest
:: location: class ch01_06
::     public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request,
::                       ^
:: ch01_06.java:8: cannot resolve symbol
:: symbol  : class HttpServletResponse
:: location: class ch01_06
::                       HttpServletResponse response)
::                       ^
:: ch01_06.java:9: cannot resolve symbol
:: symbol  : class ServletException
:: location: class ch01_06
::         throws IOException, ServletException
::                             ^
:: 6 errors
:: -----------------------------------
:: 
:: I am guessing it is because my book tells me to set CLASSPATH to the
:: path for 'servlet.jar', but when I look in the 'lib' directory I only
:: see a 'servlet-api.jar' file. So I set the CLASSPATH to
servlet-api.jar.
:: (When this didn't work I did try changing the path to 'servlet.jar'
just
:: to check but same result).
:: 
:: But the code is written with "import javax.servlet.* " - is this the
:: problem?
:: 
:: Because I am totally new to Java I can't figure out what to change. I
:: also can't find a 'what's changed from Tomcat 4.0 to 5.0' file to
help
:: me understand.
:: 
:: Anyone offer any advice?
:: 
:: Thanks
:: 
:: Steve Carson
:: Brisbane
:: Australia



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