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Problems during Importing external Lybraries

Good Morining everybody

I've a problem when I Deploy my progect with netweaver developer studio.

My progect import some external lybraries for example Strutz's lybraries.

I import external jars before make deploy and all is right.

the problem born when I start the deploy of my application infact after some seconds the deploy stop and external lybraries disappear.

I try to import external jars in Java Build Path but when i remake Deploy some error appears.

Why external lybraries disappear ???

than you

Stefano

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 03:54 PM

    Hi Stefano,

    When you say that you have imported the jars, do you mean that you have associated them with your project through the project properties? If you are receiving ClassNotFoundExceptions, It is probably because you have not included the jars within the deployment package. If this is the case, simply add a copy of the external jars to the lib directory within you project; this will allow the portal to locate the external classes when you reference them in your code.

    Hope this helps,

    Michael

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 12:33 PM

    Hi Stefano,

    Go to project property then. open order and export tab.Here check all the jar files which you want to export with the jar file.

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