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JAVA Bean on an Oracle OC4J Web Server

By cjk6723 ·
I have configured an Oracle OC4J web server to run a JAVA application. It seems to be working completely except I cannot access a Bean inside of an JSP and because of that I receive a Error 500 (Internal Server Error). I receive this error on IE5.5 and Netscape 4.7. The JSP works perfectly in JDeveloper. I have the bean in the WEB-INF\Classes directory on an NT Server. It should be able to find it. What am I missing?

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JAVA Bean on an Oracle OC4J Web Server

by nise_k In reply to JAVA Bean on an Oracle OC ...


Actually how r u accessing the Bean ?
If u r using <jsp:useBean>, then you can test whether the bean is coming in the scope by declaring some Constructor inside the bean.

Make an object of that Bean class inside ur JSP page and chk whether that Bean is reachable or not. If not, configure ur CLASSPATH properly.

The other place u could look for is the
<%@ page import="package" %>.

I haven't worked on OC4J, so that's what I could suggest.


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