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Hi,
I have a problem. In my application server I have several EJB and utility jars. One of teh EJB reference a class fiel in the utility jar, however it can not see it although the path is correct and it compiles agains the utility jar without problem. When I start my application server I get "ClassNotFound" exception about that class, it acts as if the utility jar doesn't exist, but it is there.
Have you guys experienced anything like this?
Thanks in advance
Dino
 
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Try deploying the app not in the .ear format but in the directory fashion. In this way without any extra trouble you should be able to see if the missing classes are at the right place or not. You can unzip .ear file too but it's rather tedious process.
- Walk
 
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