• Subject: Re: Servlets
  • From: Tom Heiber-Cobb <heibercobb@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 31 Dec 1999 11:15:50 -0600

Richard,
        CLASSPATH, CLASSPATH, CLASSPATH. It's seems it's always classpath 
"voodoo"
when programs can't find import classes. Make sure the jsdk.jar is in your
classpath when you compile servlets. jskd.jar is usually in the:
/QIBM/ProdData/IBMWebAS/... etc. etc. directory somewhere. Also keep an eye
out for jst.jar and include this one too.
        At least I think that's it. I'm sure some other readers will have some
insight on this one. I hope this helps at all.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ON THE LIST!!
        Tom H-C

At 12:31 AM 12/31/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>Well I seem to have WebSphere up and I can pull up the servlet examples and
>they run, including the servlets that access the database.  My next question
>is how can I compile the my own "HeloWorld" servlet.  There is an example in
>the setup instructions for "WebSphere 1.1" (which is what we have).  So, I
>created the sample HelloWorld servlet and set up my "classpath" using the
>"ADDENVVAR" command like it said and then I tried to compile the servlet.
>Of course it did not like the import of "javax.servlet.*" or
>"javax.servlet.http.*", which I expected.  I was trying to compile this on
>the AS/400 in the Qshell.  I was able to compile a simple
>"System.out.println" program and run it in Qshell and it worked.  So I guess
>the question is do I need to install the "servlet" API on my AS/400 somehow,
>or do I need to import from some place other than "javax" (I tried to import
>from "com.sun.java", but it did not work), or do I need to install the
>"servlet" api on my PC somehow and compile the program there first and then
>copy the class to the as/400?
>
>I also noticed that all the example servlet sources that I could find on the
>AS/400 had the "import jaxax......." in them, so I am real confused.
>
>Any help would be appreciated.  I am running V4R4M0 of the O/S, and
>WebSphere 1.1.
>
>Thanks,
>Richard Dean
>
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