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WAS unable to load a external jar file

Hi

I was trying to create a J2EE application on NETWEAVER.

I have created the ear file and deployed it on the server .

I have created a simple application using a JSP and Servlet.

While running the application i am getting a runtime error NoClassDefFoundError in the servlet on the line where i have called the JCO.createClient() function.

I have checked the CLASSPATH variables and even the .classpath files , all have the required entries to locate the jar file.

It seems to me that i am missing some reference variable setting on the server.

Can anyone of you pleas help me with this issue.

Please if possible do let me know the administrator password for the WAS installed on a local system.

Thanks a lot in advance

Nikhil Mahajan

ph- 91-22-55557342

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    Posted on May 05, 2004 at 01:46 PM

    Hi Nikhil,

    I just posted a message concerning a similar topic a few days ago. You can find this post on page 2.

    It seems that you have to deploy your external jar in a library project. I succeed to realised this operation but when I run my application the external jar file is still not loaded. Perhaps you will be more lucky than me.

    Can you please let me know if you succeed to solve the problem? I will do the same.

    Good luck.

    Michel

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