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From "m.s." <>
Subject Re: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError when running CamelJmsToFileExample
Date Thu, 05 Mar 2009 19:41:12 GMT

Thanks for the clarification, working with Camel in a Maven project in
NetBeans works great.
Unfortunately, I have to use it in an Ant build project, so I have to care
for resolving the dependencies myself. Is there a way to help me doing this
with Maven, e.g. by bundling all dependencies I need in a single archive?


willem.jiang wrote:
> Yes. we don't ship all the dependencies in the binary distribution.
> Because Camel has lots of components if we ship all the dependency jars,
> the binary could be up to more than 100MB.
> Fortunately maven could help us to do that kind of work :)
> Willem
> m.s. wrote:
>> Thanks, it works when I use Maven to download all the .jars listed in the
>> dependency list and add them to the libraries in the NetBeans IDE.
>> So is it correct that the binary distribution does not contain all
>> dependencies if I use the JMS Component or aother component?
>> M.S.

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