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maha laxmi
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i deployed ear in jboss/server/default/deploy/A.ear directory;

in the ear i have x.jar and y.war files;

i compile source files in jdeveloper ;classes will be placed in jdeveloper/jdev/mywork/trans/classes/mypackage/blah/blah...

normally what i do is when i compile any utility class i copy that class file into x.jar of jboss/server/default/deploy/A.ear directory;


Is there any way in jboss to dynamically to recognize class files that is compiled in jdeveloper.

when i compile class file in jdeveloper what i want is it should place in to the x.jar of the jboss/server/default/deploy/A.ear directory;
 
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This is nothing to do with JBoss.

I would expect a sensible approach would be to create a "utility project" in JDeveloper, then develop all your utility classes in that project, then when you build that project they will be packaged into a single JAR which you can include in your EAR.
 
maha laxmi
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Originally posted by Daniel Rhoades:
This is nothing to do with JBoss.

I would expect a sensible approach would be to create a "utility project" in JDeveloper, then develop all your utility classes in that project, then when you build that project they will be packaged into a single JAR which you can include in your EAR.
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no u misunderstood my question.

already jar was there inside the A.ear in my jboss directory.
in the jar classes were there;when i compile class in jdevloper those class file should be replaced in jar inside of the A.ear in my jboss directory
 
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