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common class folder
Joined: Nov 20, 2009
May 04, 2010 04:12:16
I'm developing web services that are using some common code.
For the moment my structure is:
/axis-1.4.1/repository/services/ ContentDirectory/ code_folder META-INF hibernate.cfg.xml UserDirectory/ code_folder META-INF hibernate.cfg.xml
Basicly the code folder and the hibernate file is the same for both services.
My question is can I put those thing in a common place or change the layout of the folder so that can be accessed by both services ?
I cannot pack the common classes in a jar and put it in the lib folder of the axis2 server because the code folder contains the mapping files for hibernate.
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