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When we prepare a war ,We have some classes which are go into the war as well as the jar(to be kept in ejb tier)
This gives 500 internal server error. Can anybody pl tell why?
 
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Hi
You can put your common classes in the EJB tier and if the application is packaged in a ear format weblogic web application will be able to pick up the classes(As per documentation).
http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs61/programming/packaging.html#1051556
 
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