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WSAD and product development

 
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Hi,
We have bought a product and there is additional custom development to be done to this product, the custom developed code goes as a jar inside the product. We are using WSAD5.1.2 for development, We get the .ear file from the vendor which has only class files not .java,

I actually imported this ear into WSAD, I notice that WSAD creates folder under it WAR called imported_classes why does it do that ? and when exported as ear this folder goes of.

Now second thing is I am working on writing ANT to build the ear from the imported ear onto wsad, the same file structure is present on verion control tool , since we need a common build environment for developers. The structure on version control also has imported_classes, now when we package the war where should the contents of imported_classes folder go ? or should I just ignore it....

I appreciate your insight...

- Venkatesh Rajmendram
 
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The imported_classes are created on top of the classes being imported into other folder e.g com.test.pack1 has MyJava.class and again has imported_classes folder which has com.test.pack1 has MyJava.class
I was wondering why two times ?
 
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Hi,
I posted a message which is exactly the same as this one. please let me know if the cause of the problem was found and worked around.
 
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