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Modular java software using jars

Bill Lamboor
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Joined: Oct 13, 2005
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Im currently developing a software application in java. This applicaton contains many modules.

What I would like to do ulitmatly is at the end of my project have:

module1.jar
module2.jar
module3.jar


My question is can I somehow have these modules communicate with eachoter? Meaning have module1, 2 and 3 act as one jar but in physically slit in three? can this be done?

The reason I wish to do this is to example send client updates of module2.jar withouht having to worry about module1.jar and module3.jar. I don't want to have to send an update of the entire project it is to large.
Jesper de Jong
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