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how to include jar files on the client side

Sailaja Akkineni
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Joined: Sep 06, 2003
Posts: 9
hi,
I have java plug in on my system.Is it possible to put my jar files like
commons-logging-api.jar on the client side instead of uploading it from the server?
thanks,
Sailaja
Idly Vada
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Joined: Sep 02, 2003
Posts: 135
Originally posted by Sailaja Akkineni:
hi,
I have java plug in on my system.Is it possible to put my jar files like
commons-logging-api.jar on the client side instead of uploading it from the server?
thanks,
Sailaja

Hi !
Can you rephrase your question? It's not clear
Sailaja Akkineni
Greenhorn

Joined: Sep 06, 2003
Posts: 9
hi,
i have .jar files like commons-httpclient.jar on my serverside.everytime i launch my applett these files have to be uploaded and it takes sometime to do it.i tried putting them on clientside and giving classpath in environment variables but it can't find the files.is it possible to have these files on the client side?
thanks,
sailaja
Idly Vada
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Joined: Sep 02, 2003
Posts: 135
I don't think u can work with them having them on client side.
Why don't u put these libraries on the server once(say in lib folder) and directly use thereafter.

Hope I didn't mislead u!!
 
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