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How to include the classes of another war module in another war module

 
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Hi

I have one war module and I want to use the classes(want to use the methods of that class) of that module in currently working module.
I tried to use maven-war-plugin to explode the war and copy the classes in my target/classes folder. But not able to import the classes. Also tried to create the jar and copy it in my currently web-inf lib folder but still not able tot import the class

Any solution or link to solve this problem.

 
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its resolved!!

I explode the war and copy the classes in target/classes folder in validate phases.
 
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This will work, but it's the wrong way to do this. What you should do is create another Jar module with the classes that are shared, and add a dependency to the jar module in the 2 war modules. maven will build the jar and then package the jar inside both wars.
 
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