The quick answer is you don't or you try not to. Could you explain what you want to do, and then I'll explain how best to solve that in WebSphere 4.0 and J2EE. Kyle Brown ------------------ Kyle Brown, Author of Enterprise Java (tm) Programming with IBM Websphere
Normally, you put everything in .ear file. Manifest.MF can be used to specify a relative classpath. If you don't know how to do the above, put your application dependent jar in C:\WebSphere\AppServer\lib\app folder. On Solaris, it is similar. Every .jar in app folder will be automatically pick up. In IBM's info center there are serveral pages talking about classpath check that out. Also, in Web Console, under JVM there is a place for you to specify classpath.
Jun Hong<br />SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD, SCEA<br />IBM Certified Systems Expert(V4.0)
i guess there are 2 ways of giving classpath 1 -- when i was deploying the war and ear file on websphere 4.0 i found it giving a dialogue for classpath. is this classpath relative claspath 2-- also i guess if u edit the server-cfg.xml file u can manipulate the classpath but inthis case it is absolute not relative
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