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rai talari
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can any one mention the different ways for accessing jar files between two different applications.


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ramprasad madathil
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It should be in a location accessible across applications and this varies between different servers. In tomcat it would be Tomcat_install/common/lib directory.

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rai talari
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thank you for your response.apart from that can u tell other ways.
[ March 31, 2006: Message edited by: rai talari ]
ramprasad madathil
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Dont know other alternatives. In fact I dont think there is any.
It will be easier if you say what your actual requirement is.

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