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Chris Davies
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Joined: Feb 26, 2003
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hi
theres somehting i just want to confirm when i write a class that uses teh import command at the top

where do i put any relevant import jar files ? is it always in the webapps/WEB-INF/lib directory of the application server ?

cheers
chris


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Anonymous
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you can put your jar files everywhere in the class path. If you are developing web apps there are two possibilities. WEB-INF/lib of your application or /lib of your server.
Preferred way is to put it in the application lib dir, cause then if you redeploy on a different server you have everything you need.
For normal java applications the jars can be everywhere but you have to include them in your startup file or your command java -classpath $PATH/your.jar
Hope that helps
 
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