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Do not hijack someone else's thread and interrupt a topic of this content Added package action; in the java file in WEB-INF/classes/action and compiled it. –Karan Thakkar Jun 24 at 10:24 @KaranThakkar Check the update section modify the code and I hope Whatever happened to the good old days of straight HTML, and our biggest problems were persuading people to not use tags? Build me a Brick Wall! Jsp Problem Cannot Be Resolved To A Type

LC Surendra Kumar Ranch Hand Posts: 236 posted 2 years ago In your DbConnect class code you posted, I don't see package statement. Not the answer you're looking for? Hopefully that's the case. weblink In project A, remove all the references to project B.

Please ignore. The Import Cannot Be Resolved In Jsp MyClass data = new MyClass(); data.setUsername( "beagle" ); %>

Name is: <%= data.getUsername() %>
MyClass.java public class MyClass { String username; public MyClass() {} public void setUsername( String value ) { Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up jsp “unable to compile” and “cannot be resolved to a type” up vote -1 down vote favorite I have a jsp file

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I'm sure there's some other, more technical, reason... Egads! Media-Moon Reply With Quote 11-01-2006,07:15 PM #7 Carla Schroder View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Join Date May 2005 Posts 533 Thanks media-moon! Only A Type Can Be Imported. Resolves To A Package In fact, the statement about always using JSP is so wrong as to be almost criminally negligent.

Then everything should work fine. -------------------- This worked for me! What should be satisfactory result of pen-testing job? I tried again using the second solution and the JSP page now functions. check over here But the course really ought to be telling you seriously not to use scriptlets in new code.

Here is my jsp file: Welcome Page Hello, and here is my PersonBean.java file, compiled to class file It is indirectly referenced from required .class files0HTTP Status 500 - Unable to compile class for JSP in Eclipse with the Date method0HTTP Status 500 org.apache.jasper.JasperException: Unable to compile class for posted 2 years ago I finally took a look at those slides. share|improve this answer answered Apr 13 '13 at 7:14 UVM 6,67821846 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Try <%@ page import="cs5530.*" %> share|improve this answer answered Apr 13 '13

Lienol Crazel Greenhorn Posts: 9 posted 2 years ago Surendra, I thank you for your reply. asked 3 years ago viewed 9339 times active 1 month ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Related 1214How to avoid Java code in JSP files?1JSP Subdirectory problem I also had a few jsp pages that were in subfolders, but these didn't work fine. Ballpark salary equivalent today of "healthcare benefits" in the US?

Instead, you should move your code to a class and invoke it from a Servlet or similar. Whenever I imported from some of my classes / packages (from within the jsp files within the subfolders) I kept receiving the "cannot resolve" error. more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation posted 4 years ago It's not so much that packaging is mandatory as much as it's just bad practice, so it's a habit that's best avoided.

Modify Your Code as Below: PersonBean.java package com.person; import java.io.Serializable; public class PersonBean implements Serializable { private String name="Hello World"; public PersonBean() { this.name="Hello"; } public void setName(String name) { this.name When does “haben” push “nicht” to the end of the sentence? There does not seem to be any setting in the element to control this behavior, perhaps its a bug? posted 2 years ago In the real world, it's never a question using one of servlets or JSP; servlets and JSP are always used together.

Be sure to take them with a grain of salt -- I disagree with almost everything they say. Browse other questions tagged java eclipse jsp servlets or ask your own question. Did a thief think he could conceal his identity from security cameras by putting lemon juice on his face? You're using absolute path references from another project that contains these classes and maybe you're not uploading it.

Do I need to provide a round-trip ticket in check-in? Create a servlet and do all processing there and then return results to be used in JSP. posted 4 years ago Sure Robbins, I will start packaging everything from now where ever it's required and by the way did you get the output for my EL.