• Subject: Re: Websphere and classpath
  • From: Paul Conte <pconte@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 13:36:36 -0700 (PDT)

John --

>IBM and I finally found the problem as to why my user created servlets were
>not being served from the sevlet directory.   Which may explain your
>I created the .java file and compiled it into a .class file in my own user
>directory on the IFS under the QSH, however I moved the created .class file
>to the IBM servlet directory via Win/98 drag and drop Copy, i.e. right
>click.  Apparently, this does not do things correctly, hence they are there
>to the eye but not to WebSphere.  If you do a WRKLNK and copy the .class
>files using the DOS copy command, then no problem.
>I do not why this doesn't work.  Again we are at OS/400 V4R4 and are using
>the latest Client Access and Service packs (V3R2M0), including having Win/98
>up to date with it's latest Service Pack (4.10.98), not the new Version 2
>that Microsoft is hyping.

I ran into a similar problem using Win NT Explorer to drag and drop .jar
files from the NT directory to the IFS. This was with the previous CA
release. I used FTP to copy instead. Installing the latest CA release (that
came with V4R4) fixed that problem (and broke some other stuff until I put
on a later Service Pack).

Looks like CA still has the poor quality that's plagued it (and us) since
Day 1 of PC Support.

-- Paul

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