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Old March 29th, 2004, 08:29 PM
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Hi,

In the early stages of this book and been through the code on page 78 countless times but can't make it work - the compiler keeps giving the error "Exception in thread "main" no class found error..

The code was entered as follows:-

package com.wrox.cars;

import java.io.Serializable;

public class CarBean implements Serializable {

    public CarBean(){
    }

    private String make = "Ford";

    public String getMake() {

    return make;

    }

    public void setMake(String make) {

    this.make=make;
    }

}

Can anyone tell me where I have gone wrong. I would also like to know where the code is for Beginning JSP since I couldn't find it anywhere on this site.

Thanks
Colin

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Old March 30th, 2004, 10:19 AM
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I can't help with the JSP question, since I don't use it and this isn't the right forum for the question anyway.

As for your question about where the code is for the book, I suggest you read the information provided in about 10 different spots (if not more) on this site that CLEARLY explain code downloads. Places to get this information include on the "Download Code" page (Just READ what it says.. dont' skip the text. It's there for a reason.) Or in this forum. Even the *DESCRIPTION* of this forum tells you what to do about code downloads.



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Go Here

http://p2p.wrox.com/jsp-basics-92/

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quote:Originally posted by Hal Levy
 I can't help with the JSP question, since I don't use it and this isn't the right forum for the question anyway.

As for your question about where the code is for the book, I suggest you read the information provided in about 10 different spots (if not more) on this site that CLEARLY explain code downloads. Places to get this information include on the "Download Code" page (Just READ what it says.. dont' skip the text. It's there for a reason.) Or in this forum. Even the *DESCRIPTION* of this forum tells you what to do about code downloads.



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