I have been testing some standalone (ie. non-package) servlets with WAS v2 on
the AS400 successfully. However, I am having a problem when I try to import my
own package into the servlet class.  I can set the ENVVAR classpath to include
my package directory and then the servlet class compiles OK using QSH.

However, when I attempt to view the servlet with my browser , I get an HTTP file
not found error message. I assume that this means that the servlet class can't
find my package class files?

Do I have to add my package directory as a sub directory under /servlets or can
I use WAS to add the package directory to the classpath?

I checked the WAS admin classpath parameters but they seemed to be for the JVM
and servlet class entries rather than for a separate package.

Any assistance very much appreciated.



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