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Suriya chandra
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Joined: Apr 30, 2011
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Hi all...
I am new to this forum...forgive if i have n't followed any rules to be followed....

Actually i am working in a project where we have three JARS.but when i open my workspace in RAD6.0 there are many projects.I am pretty confused.I just think all others are part of this JARs.Actually my question is how to know whether a JAR is user made or downloaded from some site and added directly to the project.

and one more where i need clarification is in WINDOWS-->PREFERENCES-->Build Path-->Class path variables,there are many variables where local path of workspace contents like JARs are given as values to the variables.I just need some information about this path variables and their use and working as well.

Please help..........

Hope this info is fine to answer the question.Will provide more info if needed after your replies.Waiting for your replies.....

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Suriya,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

Hi all...
I am new to this forum...forgive if i have n't followed any rules to be followed....

You are going to need to ask your teammates for the first question. They will know where the projects came from. Each project normally corresponds to one jar. If you jhave more projects, they could be supporting projects. Or something else.

As far as classpath variables, a lot are built in. Things like JUnit and the WebSphere directories. Teams can also add custom variables as well for which you'll need to ask your teammates.


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