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eclipse - adding jar permanently ???

hi ,

I am using EP5.0

If I add the jar files in the project , they work but if I restart my project , they are gone , I need to again add the jar files ....

How do i add jar file to eclipse permanently????

reply me back as possible ...

Thank you ,

Avi

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  • Posted on Feb 02, 2005 at 10:01 PM

    Do you mean the jar files are not there in the JAVA BUILD PATH when you restart eclipse??

    A workaround for this is

    Copy the .classpath file (switch to resource perspective to see this file ) after you add the jars and store it elsewhere. Next time on, just replace the .classpath file.

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2005 at 10:16 PM

    hi ,

    thanks for the reply,

    but yes , the jar file are not there in the JAVA BUILD PATH ... and about the .classpath file , I mean , it should not be that , I copy the file everytime I open my project.

    In EP5.0 , Do I need to set some eclipse settings for the project(s), when we create them.?

    please reply me fast...

    thank you ,

    avinash

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2005 at 02:30 PM

    hi ,

    how do u add the jar files references in the default.properties files(EP5.0) . the default.properties file is something like this :

    ServicesReference=htmlb

    ClassName=pack.Temp

    tagLib.value=/SERVICE/htmlb/taglib/htmlb.tld

    tagLib.inheritance=final

    I know I should add in the ServiceReference , but How do i add it ????

    Please reply as soon as possible...

    Thank you,

    AVi

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