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Eclipse RAD multiple projects

akmal jah
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I have a WebApp (Project A) that uses another project (Project B). Currently we create the jar out of Project B and use it that way in project A, but sometimes it is easier to have project B in the same workspace, like for debugging purposes etc. anybody know how I can do this in RAD?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Akmal,
I don't follow the problem. You create a new project and add it to Project A's build path.


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akmal jah
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I added project B to project A's build path but during run time project A is unable to find B's files. I was playing with j2ee module dependencies setting in properties of the project but didn't succeed, any clue what might I have to do more?
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See if this helps clear things up: http://www.coderanch.com/t/105570/vc/control-organization-code-still-Eclipse


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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I added project B to project A's build path but during run time project A is unable to find B's files.

RAD has two classpaths. The build path (the one you used) is for compile time. The "Java Jar dependencies" are for runtime. If you add a jar to the "Java jar dependencies", RAD will add it to the build path for you. The opposite doesn't happen automatically.
 
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