[sword-devel] Corba-bindings of sword

Troy A. Griffitts scribe at crosswire.org
Thu Aug 14 07:35:14 MST 2008


Yes, Jonathan is correct.  Have a look at the java Makefile and there is 
a place to set your path for tomcat so it can find those extra jar files.


Jonathan Morgan wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 12:03 AM, Peter von Kaehne <refdoc at gmx.net> wrote:
>> Thanks to everyone - this worked.
>> Now the next problem.
>> Making /sword/bindings/corba/java fails with 12 exceptions which look like the following:
>> src/org/crosswire/sword/orb/SwordOrb.java:214: cannot resolve symbol
>> symbol  : class HttpServletRequest
>> location: class org.crosswire.sword.orb.SwordOrb
>>        public static SWMgr getSWMgrInstance(HttpServletRequest request) throws Exception {
>>                                 ^
>> src/org/crosswire/sword/orb/SwordOrb.java:185: cannot resolve symbol
>> symbol  : class HttpSession
>> location: class org.crosswire.sword.orb.SwordOrb
>>                HttpSession session = request.getSession();
>>                ^
>> I have java 1.4 SDK from the Ubuntu repositories.
> I ran into similar problems a few days ago on a different project.
> All of those classes are servlet style classes, from the Java servlet
> API (javax.servlet.*).  These are not ever shipped with the Java SDK,
> AFAIK.  If you want to get them, I think you need to add the
> servlet-api.jar file from a servlet container (if going that route, I
> would tend to use Tomcat, but Jetty is another good option).
> Hope that helps.
> Jon
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