Patrick --

The "broken links" is a compile-time issue.  Which javascript gets
served at run time is a run time issue.  What servlet engine are you
using at run time?  If it's WebSphere, which platform.  What
classloadermode are you using?

You should be able to eliminate the broken links in WSAD by selecting
one of the web projects, right clicking, selecting Properties and then
Java Build Path.  Then, select Projects and put a check mark next to the
other web project.


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> hey,
> what about this...
> 2 webapps (WebApp1 and WebApp2) use the same javascript.
> This script is insterted in each WebApp so I have no broken
> links in Studio.
> Problem:
> When I execute WebApp1, javascript is executed.  When I
> execute WebApp2, javascript from WebApp1 is executed!
> Why do I have to include these sources in each WebApp then?
> I want to avoid 'broken links' but don't know how to
> reference to sources which are not inside the WebApplications
> but are part of it.
> Any thoughts???
> Patrick Goovaerts
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