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From "Davanum Srinivas" <>
Subject Re: Problem with dependant jar files inside aar - URGENT
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2006 19:11:32 GMT
I just checked in a possible fix. Please try tonight's nightly and
open a jira bug if needed.


On 8/1/06,
<> wrote:
> Hi
> Here is my scenario.
> 1. I have a myeclipse Java project MyCommons. This contains some util
> libraries etc.
> 2.I have a  myeclipse Java proeject named MyPersistence which communicates
> with the database.
> 3. I have a myeclipse java project named MyServices which has all the
> business rules and calls the DAO classes inside MyPersistence. I have a
> dao.xml file inside this project.
> 4. I have a myeclipse java project named MyWebServices where I have my web
> services. The Skeleton client class is updated to call the delegate methods
> inside MyServices.
> With this done, I deploy the service like
> --Services
>         ---MyWebServices
>                 --lib
>                         //contains all the jar files like axis2 jars, iBATIS
> jars and MyPersistence, MyServices & MyCommons exported as jar files
>                 --META-INF
>                         //contains services.xml and wsdl files
> The services are deployed perfectly. Did not give any problems. But at
> runtime, the control gets into the business delegate class inside
> MyServices, but the delegate cannot find the dao.xml, which is there inside
> the MyServices.jar file.
> I am pretty sure this is an ordinary situation and perhaps is a combination
> of packaging and class loader issue. Looking forward for some resolution.
> Thanks
> Debasish
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>  Debasish Dutta Roy
>  Ph: 617-871-3033
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