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RAD 7.0 - J2EE Module Dependencies

 
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I am using IBM Rational Application Developer 7.0 on Windows XP. I have a Dynamic Web Project in my workspace. On the project properties
page, the "J2EE Module Dependencies" is not working.

When I click on J2EE Module Dependencies, RAD 7.0 displays this
message in a message box:

"The current displayed page contains invalid values"

All of my Dynamic Web Projects are having this problem.

I contacted IBM Support and I am waiting for a workaround and/or a fix.
Also, I found a similar problem in the Eclipse bug database:

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=162660

Does anybody have a workaround for this problem?
 
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I'm curious, was this an application you created in an earlier version and imported into your IRAD 7 workspace, or was it created cleanly in the new tool.

I'll try and dig around on my own installation and see if I run into the same problem.

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I am not able to comprehend the exact use of J2EE Module Dependency section.
If we have manifest files in place then what is the need of this section.
And how does this work in practice?

Regards,
Giriraj.
 
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Originally posted by Giriraj Bhojak:
I am not able to comprehend the exact use of J2EE Module Dependency section.
If we have manifest files in place then what is the need of this section.
And how does this work in practice?

Regards,
Giriraj.



Usually it does work to create the MANIFEST file (only a shortcut).

Sean, have you looked at MANIFEST.MF file into META-INF directory? Maybe it has wrong/broken values. Try to read it through a simple text editor.
 
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I have seen similar issues with RAD 6.0. Please try deleting your MANIFEST.MF and try adding the jar dependencies afresh.
 
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Originally posted by Kiran Kumar P:
I have seen similar issues with RAD 6.0. Please try deleting your MANIFEST.MF and try adding the jar dependencies afresh.



Can the approach you suggested work also for ClassNotFoundError that we get for classes in jars in spite of adding them to J2EE Module Dependency section?

Regards,
Giriraj.
 
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