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JBOSS 7 Module Concept : Loading external Jar file through java

 
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I was using JBOSS 4 and in the JBOss 4 run.sh, i am setting the classpath for my utility jar file and the other property files, these were loading at the start up time of server . SO that this utility classes i am able to call in my application at run time.

But now we are upgrading JBOSS4 to JBOSS 7 and in JBOSS 7 we cant set the class path as we set in JBOSS 4, when i check in the google there is Module concept introduced in place of JBOSS 4 classpath. Now i want to know how to set this and Mainly how to load my utility Jar file while start up so that my application can able to call these class files inside it.

Please suggest the steps how to do it.

Thank you.
 
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