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From "Shapira, Yoav" <Yoav.Shap...@mpi.com>
Subject RE: shared/classes folder
Date Wed, 15 Oct 2003 13:06:09 GMT

Howdy,

>> In order to "share" objects between webapps, you need a common
>> repository.  This is what shared/classes or shared/lib is for in
tomcat,
>> and that's why there's only one copy there.  This is correct
behavior.
>(Yoav Shapira)
>Oh. I didn't know about that. Are there any docs about this? I'd like
to
>see more.

OH, I thought you were already using shared/classes? ;)  Anyways, you
should read the Classloader How-To page in the tomcat documentation.

>> Personally, I'd suggest you put everything under
>> WEB-INF to keep your webapp self-contained and portable
>(Yoav Shapira)
>Self-containment is absolutely required, because the apps are to be
>deployed in different servers (therefore making the shared/classes
folder
>unusable).

Good: self-containment is a wonderful attribute for a webapp.

Yoav Shapira 



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