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I am having a ear In this all the jar files common to web & Ejb modules I am putting in the Enterprise Application but getting ClassNotFoundException. How I can include the Enterprise Application in the EJB & WEB module path?
 
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I'm not sure that I understand the question - could you possibly elaborate a little?
Thanks
Simon
 
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