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deploying packages

gino mendoza
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Joined: Jul 12, 2002
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i'm new to web dev't in general and need some help
we currectly have a web app. for Project X.
the jar files used in the web app are in the ff directory:
/opt/www/mywebapp_name/java/mywebapp_name/WEB-INF/lib
For the same project, we now have a java batch program (BBB) that we will run using cron.
we'll put BBB and related user defined classes in a package and then jar them. say we call it MYJAR.jar
Question: where should I deploy MYJAR.jar to? should it be in the same directory where the jar files for the web application (mywebapp) are? again, BBB is a standalone java aplication, not a servlet, not a web application.
 
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