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Hi all

I have a test.ear in my deploy directory.META-INF/application.xml specifies the classpath if ear is used in jboss.
Can I specify the classpath to pick jars outside of the jboss directory.
Any thoughts on this

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Praveen SP
 
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Can I specify the classpath to pick jars outside of the jboss directory.



Any reason why you want to do this? Can't those jars be packaged with your EAR? And what jar files are those - 3rd party or you application jars?
 
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Hi

My app depends on some jars of another app.I dont want to pack all the jars in my ear.My app should be independent.If it has to be packaged every time the other app changes we need to rebuild the whole ear.I dont want this to happen.I want them to be isolated.

Can we specify to pick jars from a particular location in jboss classpath?
or can we specify in application.xml , pick all jars under this directory?

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Praveen SP
 
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