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From "G.L. Grobe" <>
Subject Re: adding manifest entries
Date Tue, 10 Apr 2001 23:41:40 GMT
No, they compile fine because I've got the jar in my CLASSPATH (which may
not be right if you add it to the javac tags).

When I start my server and *my* jars get deployed, it's not finding classes
from an external jar to my project which sits in the same dir as my-ejb.jar
files. And Ant creates a new empty in the META-INF dir. I'm just
wondering how to put the external jar inside this manifest so that my app
can find it.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Son of Mojo JoJo" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: adding manifest entries

> is this to compile your jars? the way i did this was pass a string with
with a :
> seperated list of  external jars to add to the classpath the code looks
> such:
> <property name="external.classpath"
> then the compile target has a line like such
> <javac srcdir="${src}/${package}" destdir="${built}"
> classpath="${external.classpath}" />
> "G.L. Grobe" wrote:
> >  I've got an EJB app that creates jar files, and the classes in these
> > jarfiles depend upon a third party jar. Yet my app can't find the
classes in
> > this jar. I have nothing in my files (the ones created by
> > So how do I tell Ant to add the classpath for 3rd party jarfiles I'm
> > If I create a, it just get's ignored by Ant.
> >
> > Any help much appreciated.
> --
> -Raphael
> ******************
> ook ook im a monkeeeey wheeeeeeee!
>              ********************

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