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Hi there.
My name is Diana Thomas. I am a junior Java Developer who needs a bit of help.

I am trying to automatically send e-mails from my Java servlets.
I am using JDeveloper with Oracle 10g.

I have got the mail.jar and the activation.jar from the JavaMail and JavaBeans Activation Framework respectivley.
I have created a "classpath" enviroment variable in the advanced functions in "My Computer" and added these jar files to the classpath.

I don't think this is enough for the compiler to see these classes.
I am sure I need to add these paths somewhere in JDeveloper(Oracle).

Could anyone possibly help me with this?????????????

Many Thanks

Diana Thomas ;)

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Hi,

You don't have to modify the classpath if you put those jar files in your JAVA_JRE_DIRECTORY/ lib/ext. What Servlet server are you running? There are also standard locations in servlet servers to put .jar files in.

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Hi there.
My name is Diana Thomas. I am a junior Java Developer who needs a bit of help.

I am trying to automatically send e-mails from my Java servlets.
I am using JDeveloper with Oracle 10g.

I have got the mail.jar and the activation.jar from the JavaMail and JavaBeans Activation Framework respectivley.
I have created a "classpath" enviroment variable in the advanced functions in "My Computer" and added these jar files to the classpath.

I don't think this is enough for the compiler to see these classes.
I am sure I need to add these paths somewhere in JDeveloper(Oracle).

Could anyone possibly help me with this?????????????

Many Thanks

Diana Thomas ;)

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Hi cosi.
Thanks so much for your help and time. I really appriciate it.
What I've done is put the path in the "System Libraries" option in JDeveloper.
It seems to be working fine. Thanks for the info on the "Java_JRE_DIRECTORY/lib/ext" file. I will put my paths there in future!

Thanks again

Diana Thomas

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