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From Anders Hammar <and...@hammar.net>
Subject Re: I want to separate the 3rd party jar in war file.
Date Fri, 18 Mar 2016 14:01:35 GMT
As stated earlier, you need to setup your production environment similar to
your dev environment. So if those 3rd party libs are part of Tomcat in your
dev environment they should be so in prod as well. Or keep them in your war
for dev and prod.

/Anders

On Fri, Mar 18, 2016 at 11:48 AM, pradeepkumar <pradeepkumar.scm@gmail.com>
wrote:

>
> Thanks Mark and Anders for quick response.
>
> As you guys suggested i have used the <scope>provided</scope> for some of
> my
> dependencies in pom.xml.
> Then i generated the war the jars count was reduced from 165 to 130 (Still
> i
> need to add the scope for all the pom.xml's).
>
> But while deploying the war (only application jars ) i have to use the 3rd
> party jars for successful deployment and application up n running.Without
> 3rd party jars i cannot use the application/ even cannot deploy.
>
>
> Currently all the 3rd party jars are maintaining in SVN (One of the folder
> in svn i.e Tomcatconfiguration).
>
> Please help me on this .
>
>
>
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