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When I add the beans to the project as a jar, it gives an error.

 
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I want to run my bean as jar in my jsf 2 project but i get the error.
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The reason I added the beans as a jar is the obfuscate process. But he also failed without obfuscate.
 
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kübra utman wrote:The reason I added the beans as a jar is the obfuscate process. But he also failed without obfuscate.



It seems like you have two problems here: you get an error when you try to put this jar into your JSF2 project, then something goes wrong. And when you try to use an obfuscated jar instead, something also goes wrong. Maybe the same thing?

So my recommendation is, it's a bad idea to try to solve two problems at the same time. Always try to avoid that. Work on one problem and then when that's fixed, go on to the next problem.

In your case that would mean getting an un-obfuscated jar to function correctly in the project. Then try putting the obfuscated jar into the project.
 
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