Setting Linux environment variable

Is there other web site which talks about how to set the environment variable of J2EE for Linux?
I followed this web site
but after all
when I tired to compile a servlet program... it couldn't be complied. I think the case is that the compiler couldn't find servlet.jar ...
why is that?

You have to verify that your CLASSPATH environment variable is set in your account's profile. I use the
bash shell therefore my variables are set in .bashrc
for example my CLASSPATH is set to :

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    Environment variables and their values set from within a user process has their scope and lifetime limited to the process and its subprocesses. See java.lang.ProcessBuilder class and its API documentation for setting env for a subprocess that will be started by a ProcessBuilder instance. Even in the C programming we have the same limitation for the environment.
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    Pravin wrote:
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  • How to set the Environment Variable

    I'm going through a tutorial on how to create an application and run from the command prompt. I have finished installing my jdk 6 Upadate 5 but i don't know how to set the Environment Variable for the javac compiler and the java interpreter to find my program.
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    Oracle's flexibility ... many different versions working the same on many different versions of many different operating systems ... means that a single consistent installation and configuration methodology must work everywhere so as not to have the limitations of other competing products that work on only a single operating system or require that one learn a different syntax and methods for different versions.
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  • How do you set NLS_LANG environment variable in report builder

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  • Best practice for setting an environment variable used during NW AS startup

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  • Setting JAVA_HOME environment variable?

    Sorry for such a trivial question, but in Windows 2000 Server with Microsoft Visual J++ 6 and the JRK 1.1.8, can somebody tell me what the environment variables should be so that I can use this jdk? If not can you tell me what your environment variable JAVA_HOME points to?
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