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Which jars am I using

 
Warren Bell
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I have a situation where a web application works on one machine and not another. I have narrowed the problem down to the application on one machine using a different jvm and or jars than the other.

I have the jvm straightened out, but I am having a hard time narrowing down what version of a particular jar is being used, especially on my development pc where I have many different versions of the same jar. I have tried to get all but the one jar I need out of the classpath, but that hasn't helped.

Is there a way to figure out which jars a program is using or where the program is looking for jars?

Thanks,

Warren
 
Bauke Scholtz
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Originally posted by Warren Bell:
Is there a way to figure out which jars a program is using or where the program is looking for jars?

Try this:
 
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