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getting conflicts in manifest.mf file

 
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Hi friends,
I have few projects in my workspace, there is one project which contains only jars (iajaxb.jar and autoidjaxb.jar are in same project, please refer to the attached image). I tried to import that jar into a different project.
I am getting a conflict (a yellow mark over the name of the jar) and manifest.mf file also not able to detect from which project the jar are. I mentioned about those jars in .classpath file.
I am attaching a snapshot of dependencies section of manifest.mf from RAD IDE.

Can anyone please help me in removing the conflict.

I am able to get the warning message now:

The Manifest Class-Path for archive XYZ.war contains an entry, iajaxb.jar, that is not resolvable to a file or module in the Enterprise Application: [/XYZEAR]:XYZEAR, MANIFEST.MF XYZ/WebContent/META-INF L/XYZ/WebContent/META-INF/MANIFEST.MF EAR Validator Message

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conflicts snapshot.
 
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