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qadeer alvi
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Hi,

Can any body tell me how i can add jar files in class path. I am using eclipse with spring frame work and now i want to add Quartz scheduler jar file. I will be great appreciat.
 
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Qadeer,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

Eclipse has a number of classpaths. There is the project classpath used to compile a project. There's also the runtime classpath for a standalone Java program and another runtime classpath if you are using an application server plugin. Do you know which classpath you are asking about.
 
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Also, note that we have a forum about IDEs - like Eclipse. I 'll move your question there so it gets more attention from people who know Eclipse.
 
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Can I repeat the welcome?

If I remember correctly:
  • You should have a left pane in the Java perspective with the name of your project and all the classes in.
  • Right-click the name of the project, then -> properties
  • Click build paths
  • Click the libraries tag
  • Click add external jars
  • Browse to the location of the requisite jar
  • Then I think you just click all the "OK" boxes until you get back to the editor.
  • If you need to add those jars to the finished product, I had the same problem back in the Summer, see this thread.

    I hope that is of use to you.
     
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