doesn't it just make you long for a library list?

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1. Re: Share Java between EGL apps (Steve Mervosh)

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date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 13:17:35 -0500
from: Steve Mervosh <spm@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [EGL-i] Share Java between EGL apps

Justin, if your Java classes are in a jar file, you can right-click on
your
EGL project and select Build Path -> Configure Build Path. Then you
have
the option on the resulting Java Build Path panel (Libraries tab) to Add
External JARs. If these jars are in a directory outside of your
workspace, then you'll be able to build successfully, if you point to
them
via Add External JARs.

Now, for runtime, if you are deploying on WebSphere Application Server,
you
can put these jars on your server's file system (outside of the
WebSphere
Application Server profile directories). Then go into the WebSphere
Administrative Console, and expand Environment and then Shared
Libraries.
You can specify the file system path including the jar file name in the
Classpath field.

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from: Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I have some Java code that allows my EGL apps to utilize our EIM-based
single sign-on. Currently, my test project contains the Java source and
the EGL calls it using an externalType. I would rather not have to
include
the Java code in every EGL project. Is there some way to share the Java
between EGL apps?

Steve Mervosh
THOR (Total Hardware and Order Repository)
Software Development
IBM Rochester Minnesota
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