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Hello ,
I am trying to deploy an EAR file which has an APP-INF\lib within which I have placed my jar file
Classes located within my WAR will invoke this jar .
However I get a class not found exception at run rime .
Weblogic classloader analysis tool shows that one of the classloaders has found the jar BUT none of the classes are loaded .
also strangely enough none of the classloaders show any of my application classes to have been loaded but the code executes upto the point at which I invoke this jar ....?

here are the images of weblogic CAT :
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