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Rookie HTTP question

From: John Liddle <johnl@icbl.hw.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 12:05:08 +0000 (GMT)
To: www-jigsaw@www10.w3.org
Message-Id: <Pine.SUN.3.95.970129115526.14173A-100000@ithaca>

Hi

I have only recently started to use Jigsaw so please excuse if this is an
incredibly stupid question.

I first ran a Jigsaw server on a unix box and wrote a resource which as
part of the code included the line

Reply.reply = request.makeReply(HTTP.OK);

Everything worked fine but we decided that we might want to use Jigsaw in
a Win95 type environment so I downloaded the relevant zip file and tried
to recompile the resource.

It would not compile and came back with an error relating to
the HTTP.OK being undefined.

After a bit investigation it turns out that the HTTP.java file containing
the HTTP interface under the Unix version of Jigsaw comes in package
w3c.jigsaw.http while under Win95 it comes in package w3c.www.http and it
isnt found when searching classpath.

Have i read this correctly or have i missed something very basic

cheers

-John



 
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