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How can I maintain Jar file version?

 
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Dear All,

I wonder whether the jar file verioning mechanism exist or not similar to cab files?

I want to maintain Jar file versioning so that only new components(ie jar files) are present always.

Is there any tool by which I can maintain it while jar creation?
Also how can I find out the existing version of a jar file?

Urgent help is appreciated!!!

Thanks in advance
sarang bharambe
 
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JAR files do have some stuff that has to do with versioning. I don't know how CAB file versioning works so I can't tell you if you can do the same things with JAR files. See the
JAR File Specification for more information.
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