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JARS are visible threrough RAD 7.0

Mathew Lee
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Hi,

I am developing sample dynamic web project in RAD 7.0. I added few jars with the lib folder of web-inf. When I expand in RAD to see those added jar I cannot see any of them as in attachment. When i go to the windows folder location of the lib directory i can see all copied jars present there without any issue. I am in j2ee perspective. Please advise me on how to see the jars within the project. Any ideas, suggestions, sample code, resources,links highly appreciated. Thanks in advance



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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Check the filters for the view/frame that is not showing them. You'll need to uncheck the one that looks relevant. (I uncheck them all because I like to see everything.)


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Oh. And it's the little triangle in the upper right corner of the view that lets you see that option.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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