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From Maninder S Batth <anywherei...@netscape.net>
Subject Re: Accessing classes across contexts
Date Sat, 19 Oct 2002 10:34:34 GMT
You can put the jar file utility classes in 
<server-install-dir>/common/lib and they will be available to
all apps installed.

shanmugampl wrote:

> Hi,
>
>    I have two web applications running in my tomcat. Can i access the 
> classes present in one of my applications from the other?.     In my 
> case one application contains some utility classes which are required 
> by the other application. I do not want to duplicate the utility 
> classes and also it is not possible for me to move the class files 
> outside my context. Is it possible to achieve this by setting the 
> cross context to true in the server.xml.
>
> Thanks
> Shanmugam.PL
>
>
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