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    Default Package com.ora.jsp.util

    I need to use the package com.ora.jsp.util (a class from it). Where can I find it? And how can I install it?
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    Perhaps this one will do?

    jsp.codefetch.com/example/qv/src/src/com/ora/jsp/util/StringFormat.java

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    I know how to use it, but I don't have it in Eclipse. That's why I'm asking how to find/install it.

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    Did you open the link I posted above? It contains the definition of the class that you are looking for.

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    Open the link which r035198x suggest, copy everything from "import java.text.*;" and down (you should not include "package com.ora.jsp.util;"). Now go to your project in eclipse and right click on "default package" and choose "paste". After that you should have the class "StringFormat" in your project.
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    If the code is in a Jar, then Eclipse will allow you to add it to the project's classpath. Go to your project in the project explorer, right click on the project and then click on properties. Follow the menus instructions to add a library/JAR to your project.

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    Thank you r035198x!
    I opened the link you had posted.
    I created a new package named com.ora.jsp.util and then I created a new class StringFormat.
    And finally it worked!

    In the future I will do as you say Furabable:o !

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    You can mark mark the thread solved from the tools menu on top of the thread. Also remember your other thread 'Java class StringFormat' which also seemed to be solved!:) :cool:
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