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Hi!

I have created a project in Eclipse that uses Hibernate. I've jar'd the project because I need to use the project as stand alone and integrate the project in another project.

The first project is a Structure project for Customers, users, Languages and so forth. There are many other mysql schemas and projects that needs foreign keys to the Struture project and need to get the Customer, Users. How can I bundle my first project in a jar archive and use it in other Eclipse projects? Is this possible? How is this done in the best way?

// Mathias
 
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