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jar file for Room API

Hello everyone, I need the jar file coll.shared.extension_api.jar to develop a room extension. I can not figure out how to make the two classpath variables in the article Room Extension Developer Guide.

I am using Eclipse 2.1 to develop portal component. Usually I just get the jar files like htmlb.jar, htmlbbrige.jar (provided by someone else) and add those as external jar file under Java Build Path -> Libraries, then in the portalapp.xml assign the jar file's name to value in <application-config>.

Can I use the same procedure to add this jar file? If yes how can I find it?

Thanks for early reply.


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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 01:30 PM

    Hi Wang,

    for general advice how to find JARs see Can't find them...

    Hope it helps


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    • Former Member Detlev Beutner

      Hi Detlev, thanks for reply. After I posted my question I still try to find the jar file. I consulted with our portal administrator and then I got the jar file.

      It does not help if we follow the instruction in the article. The path in our portal is not exactly the same as the one in the article. That is why personally I think the information on defining class path variable does not make sense for me.

      Usually all the jar files were provided to me. But this time I need to find by myself. When I come back to read your first reply I have already had the jar file.

      Best regards.


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