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External Jar files

Richard Ellison
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Joined: Jun 04, 2008
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Hello,
If I need external Jar files to be accessed by applications running on BEA Weblogic,where do I put them?Do I put them
in the lib folder under WEB-INF?Or is there another way-example Put it in the classpath.

Please advise.

Thanks
Richard
Joe Ess
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Richard Ellison wrote:Do I put them in the lib folder under WEB-INF?


Yes. Putting third-party JAR files in the classpath will cause problems as they may interfere with Weblogic's own required classes.


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