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HOW TO REGISTER jars ???

Hi guys,

I've got a problem during (un)deployment of sda files.

If I try to undeploy my adapter.sda I get :

[permissions_collection_operator]: domain[apps//ecs.com/com.ecs.aii.af.tc.ra/connector/connectors/adapter.rar/adapter.jar] not removed, because is not registered

What does that mean? AND HOW CAN I "register" the jars?

If I include any external libraries (.jars) I get the same errorMessage for these jars too.

The structure of my adapterSDA looks like this:

adapter.sda

|-META-INF

|-|-...some xmls and manifest files

|-MY_EXTERNAL_JARS (for example xercesImpl.jar)

|-adapter.rar

|-|-META-INF

|-|-|-...some xmls and manifest files

|-|-adapter.jar

How can I prevent this???

Thank you very much for your help!!

Best regards, Christian

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      Hi,

      I just want to mention that the (un/)deployment of the

      sample Adapter

      [sample_ra.sda] also brings up this errors!

      Can anybody tell me whats going wrong here??

      Thanks in advance!

      Best regards,

      Christian

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