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I have built a runnable jar application. Its has various jar included inside it. As a result the actual runnable jar size is bigger than my requirement. Can we put the jar files which is included in my application jar(final jar) somewhere else in server and when i run the application jar from client side it should take the reference of the included jar from server. thus saving my space for the application.

What i did is i removed all those jars from my project lib folder and put it somewhere else and again add those jars from eclipse->add external jar option and i made my application runnable jar. but the size is same as before. when i extract it i found all those jars again inside by runnable jar. I m really stuck. Please help
 
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