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I couldn't use class-Path in the manifest on a tomcat application

Daniel Prado
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Joined: Jul 14, 2004
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Hi,

I wonder to Know, if the "Class-Path" Entry of the Manifest.mf in a web-application-ressource is interpreted by Tomcat.

I saw this functionality in BEA WebLogic.

I tried in tomcat, but it did not work.

There is another alternative to share jars in different applications?

I don’t want to use the common or endorser directories, because that force to use the same jar in all my applications. And in that case some applications uses other version of some jars.

I use Tomcat 6.0.14 on linux.

Thanks a lot

Daniel Prado Rodriguez
 
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