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From "Brian K. Wallace" <>
Subject Re: upload file [FileUpload]
Date Fri, 10 Mar 2006 21:28:52 GMT
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I wouldn't use "add archive jar" to place anything in a runtime
classpath. Ideally, during the packaging of a war you'd have something
just copy those files where they need to be.

As for adding jars - if they're needed for compile, add them through
eclipse's build path. To get them recognized for runtime - just manually
put them where they need to be.

Marc Collin wrote:
> Le Vendredi 10 Mars 2006 16:17, Brian K. Wallace a écrit :
>> What you didn't specify is whether you run Tomcat inside Eclipse (such
>> that when eclipse shuts down so does Tomcat) or outside (which would
>> require shutting down Tomcat separately). I've rarely come to a
>> situation where I had to restart Eclipse - and never for a Tomcat
>> problem I was having.
> run tomcat inside eclipse
>> Back to the issue: I looked at your layout and see that you extracted
>> the fileupload jar into WEB-INF/lib.
> eclipse do that when i do: add archive jar
>> (I think this was in the "....." 
>> email that I didn't quite get). The WEB-INF/lib directory is for jar
>> files. No need (matter of fact, don't) to extract those jars - the
>> classes won't get picked up. If you feel you need to, classes are picked
>> up from WEB-INF/classes.
> commons-fileupload-1.1.jar is in
> WEB-INF/lib/
>> Also - assuming you just put jars in that directory, or extract to
>> WEB-INF/classes, and get that part working - you'll still have a
>> problem. See
>> for the
>> other jar files you'll need for your project (also to be placed in
>> WEB-INF/lib)
> will try to add these jar.....
> need to do it manually or to do something in eclipse?
>> Brian

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