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how to define other server's file in classpath

Eung maeng
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Does anyone can explain to me

how to define other server's file in classpath

I have a batchfile to set classpath for all jar file. However, I need to
set a specific .jar where is in other server like below

e.g
set JDBC_Home=\\QIBM\ProdData\HTTP\Public\jt400\lib\jt400.jar(i need to set this in CLASSPATH)

set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;..\lib\vertex_tax.jar
set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;..\lib\vertex_taxgis.jar
set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;..\lib\vertex_util.jar
set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;..\lib\xercesImpl.jar

How do I set to CLASSPATH,
What I tried
set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;\\QIBM\ProdData\HTTP\Public\jt400\lib\jt400

it's not working.

Please give me a hand.

thanks,
Haris Karameh
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Joined: Oct 17, 2002
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what is \\QIBM - remote machine?
if it is jvm won't look there.
If it is windows try mapping drive letter to \\QIBM\ProdData.
something like
net use x: \\QIBM\ProdData
set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;X:\HTTP\Public\jt400\lib\jt400
If necessary map this drive as part of user profile of account under which your server is running
Eung maeng
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thanks a lot. it works if I mapped.

otherwise, it's not possbile to access without mapped or?

Regards,
Jesper de Jong
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Wouldn't it be easier to copy the file (jt400.jar) from the remote server to your local machine and put the local copy of the file in the classpath?


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Eung maeng
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Thanks,
Yes, i can copy of all .jar from window server in classpath. However, there are lots of things to copy.
I found an one thing related this matter. I defind that classpath like ;q:\\qibm\....(mapped) in java to execute.

everytime, I have to access window server manually before access a window server via classpath. Which meant the classpath can not access themselves, unless access before.

Please give me how to solve if you have any suggestion.

thanks,
 
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