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Referencing libraries not within the Web Archive file through the MANIFEST

 
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Hi,

We are running Websphere 5 as our web container. We are looking at attempting to reference jar files that is not within the EAR's /lib libraries or the web container's class path.

I am building a POC as we speak, but would be nice if somebody can help us confirm whether this is possible using a manifest in the ear file to reference in the following manner

MANIFEST
Class-Path: /usr/lib/exist.jar

assuming that our libraries is in that location.

Thanks!
 
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please refer to the "Specifying dependencies outside the application server directory" section in the following link,

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21266061
 
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