Few more helpful hints.

Can you post the messages from the log when loading HTTP to this forum.

There should be an error from the class loader if it does not load up. 

You can also unzip the sessearch.jar  and use the path of sub folders in 
the JavaUserClasses ini setting, if
the domino Servlet manager is having an issue finding your file.

you can change the classloader to use the actual path of subfolders folder 
you unzipped sessearch.jar. and the SESSearchServlet  to such as folder 

change this part anyway, Domino does not really like ...... dots

<form name="SearchForm" 

to this 

<form name="SearchForm" 

and then add that to the class loader 


or to be sure 


or JavaUserClasses=\domino\servlet\com\xtreeme\search\SESSsearchServelt


Sean Murphy

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date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 14:05:59 -0500
from: "Patrick Trapp" <ptrapp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Servlet question

Thank you so much for the assistance.  I really appreciate it. Here's 
where things stand:

I added the following lines to the notes.ini and restarted the server:


I also tried JavaUserClasses=E:\Lotus\Domino\Data\domino\servlet

The console now is loaded with messages about it loading, initializing, 
and running all sorts of java stuff, but none of them are from e: (they're 

all from d:/lotus/domino/jvm...)

The JVM is version 1.4.2

I continue to get 404 page not found.


"Patrick Trapp" <ptrapp@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 04/14/2006 02:43:21 PM:

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> What JVM do you have loaded on Win2k3?
> Do you have the class file set in the notes.ini?
> JavaUserClasses=c:\lotus\notes\data\domino\servlets 
> warning this is case sensitive........
> Do you have this ini setting?
> DominoEnableJavaServlets=1
> To Debug the class loader set JavaVerbose=1 in the notes.ini


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