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From Shaolin <shaolinfin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: package javax.servlet does not exist import javax.servlet.* ;
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2009 17:39:57 GMT
Thanks - Im using the exe version and replaced the tomcat6 and tomcat6w
versions with the 64 bit ones. I tried it with another app of mine that
works but it wouldnt compile that one either.

> You'll need to tell javac (or whatever IDE you're using) where the
servlet-api.jar is.

How do I do that ?




2009/2/2 Caldarale, Charles R <Chuck.Caldarale@unisys.com>

> > From: Shaolin [mailto:shaolinfinest@gmail.com]
> > Subject: Re: package javax.servlet does not exist import
> > javax.servlet.* ;
> >
> > 1. Im using 6.0.18 64 bit with windows xp 64  and Java SDK SE
> > 6 update 11 (64bit).
>
> Did you install Tomcat from the .exe download or the .zip one?  You will
> need the 64-bit versions of tomcat6.exe and tomcat6w.exe if you want to run
> Tomcat as a service.  I would recommend running it from the command line
> using the startup.bat and shutdown.bat scripts (from the .zip downloads)
> until you get the bugs worked out.  After that, get the 64-bit versions
> here:
> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/tomcat/connectors/trunk/procrun/bin/amd64/
>
> Rename them, changing the 5 to 6.
>
> > 3. The servlet-api jar is in the tomcat lib dir and not in app lib dir
> > 4. Didnt find the j2ee jar in the tomcat folder.
>
> Do the servlet and JSP examples that come with Tomcat work?  If so, and
> it's just your webapp that's failing with the package does not exist error,
> then something is odd with your webapp.
>
> It just struck me: this is a compilation message, not a run-time one.
>  You'll need to tell javac (or whatever IDE you're using) where the
> servlet-api.jar is.
>
>  - Chuck
>
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