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websphere 4 webproject and utility libs

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fisrt: sorry for my bad english...
i've a big problem...
what are the steps to create a running web-project with a project-reference on a java-project ?
if I build a web-project and select in the properties a java-project as reference it doesnt work...
which other steps are required that this work ?
i hope you can answer this question...
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I believe that you need the zip plugin for wsad 4 so that it can convert a project to a jar then provide a reference to a jar.
Sorry I can't give you exact instructions, I'm on WSAD 5 and no longer have 4 installed.
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David you are right. There is a zip creation utility that has to be added to the project references in wsad 4.0. (Used it last year)
Now in wsad 5.0 it comes built in.( started using this since last november)
I looked in my favourites and found something that i bookmarked last year, or yearbefore that. Here it is. A link from the IBM knowledge base which talks more about the zip creation process. I dont remember what exactly it does, its been a while but i hope it helps you
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The plugin zip utility allows u to specify a directory where the JAR file would be written. (Typically the root dir of the application)
When editing module-dependencies, this jar file becomes available in the list and u can place a reference to it.
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