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External jar file deployment issue

Dear Experts,

I have one external jar : tc_sec_https.jar to be used in my dc.

Hence I have created an external library dc and included this jar in the library . I have also created one dc of type j2ee server component where I have used the public parts of the external library dc at build time.Finally I have deployed the j2ee type dc.

But when I log into visual admin I dont find the jars deployed on the server.

I have followed all the steps of the tutorial :

" External Library Deployment and Usage in SAP NWDS" by Saurabh Agarwal.

Could u please guide why I am not able to find the jar on the server while I log through visual admin ??



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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 01:39 PM

    While deploying the DC did u get any error. By using Visual Admin he did Crosscheck whether it has reached server. First check wether that dc deployed or not.

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      Hi Vijay,

      Thanks for the prompt response.

      At my nwds end , i can see the dc deployed successfully.

      But when I told the basis guy to check at the server whether jar is present or not, he doesnt find any jar over there.

      Please suggest.



  • Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 04:06 PM

    Why do you deploy jar which is already on the server?


    Just set reference to the library in your application-j2ee-engine.xml:

    <reference-target target-type="library" provider-name="">security.class</reference-target>

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