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Configuration settings

Aniket Madhav

Joined: Aug 25, 2004
Posts: 1
Hello every body,

I had a doubt about the websphere configuration settings,
I have an EJB project that has dependencies in a java Project, I have created a class folder(imported_classes) in EJB project which has class files of .java files in Java project, so when i update source(.java) files in java project, after compilation of java project, the corress. .class files in
the ejb project should get updated which is not happening,

One option would be to set the output folder from MyEJBPrj/ejbModule to MyEJBPrj/imported_classes but that transfers all my .class files of EJB project to imported_classes which i dont want. Also there r empty packages created for class files referred in java project.So what could be the solution ?


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