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Aditya Redij
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Scenario :

The java-code(jdk1.6) was compiled using the oracle-jvm and deployed into Oracle database (11g) - (ODB).
There is already a svn-trunk (say T1) deployed in Oracle database (ODB).

Imagine the hierarchy -
Project1 -> src -> a -> b -> Filename1 -> method1

I have created a seperate svn-trunk (say T2) and deployed it into the same (ODB).
Similar hierachy was created in T2
Project2 -> src -> a -> c -> Filename2 -> method2

T1 was developed and deployed by Company X and I work for its competitor company Y and therefore, I have no access to T1.
T1 was developed and deployed a few years back and now my company won the contract from Company X.Company X has blocked access to
all code, svn etc. PL-SQL code (wrapped) calls the deployed java-code.

After loading my java files (from T2) - I was able to load the files on the oracle-database ,
that is - the files were visible in the Oracle - Java folder.

However, the code in Filename2.method2 does not get executed - I get customException saying - unable to located the file.

Questions :

1) Please correct me if I am wrong - but I think it is not possible to have 2 SVN-trunks deployed for the same application on the same environment !
2) I think the Filename2 cannot be located because ".project" & ".classpath" file of T1 does not contain any reference to Filename2
3) Is it possible to somehow extract the ".project" & ".classpath" file of T1 from the database - so that I can then modify them to point to my files?

Please suggest/advise
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