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copying jar files onto the WAS

Hi all,

I need to put the jar files in Web AS. Where should i put it so that it is available for all applications.

There are a lot of lib folders in usr.Which lib folder should i go for.. Or should i put it somewhere else.

Thanks & regards

Lisha

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    Posted on May 13, 2005 at 02:05 PM

    Hi,

    in fact, just copying your jar files will not work on the Web AS 6.40. Instead, you need to assemble your JAR files into a J2EE Engine library and deploy that on the server. Here's a link to the documentation on how to do that using the NetWeaver Developer Studio:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/ee/6ede3f7bc1eb06e10000000a1550b0/frameset.htm

    Hope that helps!

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      Hi Lisha,

      as the information you've provided about your error does not really describe the scenario you're trying to run, I'm afraid I (or anybody else) cannot be of much help here. So, my comment will be limited to the precise error you get, and what it tells is that the com/ibm/ejs/ras/TraceElement cannot be loaded. Therefore. you should add it to your classpath. But I don't think this was the answer you expected, was it?

      Also, as it is connected with the WebSphere initial context factory, I'd call that a WebSphere-related question..

      A general comment about the following:

      >> i've deployed an ejb in the websphere server and now i am trying to access it through the WebDynpro environment

      Well, I'm not a Web Dynpro expert, but I doubt this is possible. At least not possible to access an EJB on WebSphere directly by getting an InitialContext on the WebSphere server. Anyway, you could ask if this is possible at all in the Web Dynpro forum.

      Regards,

      Ivo

      Message was edited by: Ivaylo Ivanov

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