Paul, Thanks again - Much appreciated! - DonM


"Paul Clapham" <pclapham@core-mark.com> wrote:
>No, you just use javac to compile as you always have. It doesn't matter
>where you install the servlet development kit, only it contains a jar file
>(called servlet.jar) which needs to be in your classpath for your compiles
>to work. Since you're using JDK1.3, the easiest way to achieve this is

to
>just drop a copy of that jar file in the JDK's extension directory. For

me
>this is D:\jdk1.3.0\jre\lib\ext, modify that based on where you installed
>your JDK.
>
>PC2
>
>DonM <dmottolo@synap.com> wrote in message news:3a72526a$1@news.devx.com...
>>
>> I've downloaded the JDK1.3 and have used javac to compile and run some

>simple
>> apps (on Win NT 4) . Being an impatient type that wants to jump ahead

to
>> writing servlets, I downloaded the JSDK2.1, but am having trouble figuring
>> out how to compile servlet code.
>>
>> There isn't any javac.exe file in the JSDK, so I tried using the JDK's

>version
>> - and of course it gives compile errors because it can't find the servlet
>> class methods that are referenced in the code.
>>
>> Should the jsdk be installed in the same directory as the JDK? Are there
>> version compatibility issues? I'm sure setting this up is fairly straight
>> forward for those of you in the know ( but I sure could use a clue or

two
>> )
>>
>> Thanks in advance

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