Mathieu Fortin wrote:What jdk versions are you using? Older jdks included xerces and xalan version and a lot of conflicts were experienced. Packages were renamed starting in 1.5 (com.sun.org.apache.xerces) to remove any possibility of conflicts.
David Newton wrote:May be in Manifest file, other times you just have to be aware what you're using, and either rename locally, or wing it. Issues like this are one reason Maven and Ant+Ivy exist.
Davide Crudo wrote:Hi,
i've never used web services before...but if i understand right, I cannot pass objects
back and forth with webservices...is more like a request response...or am I wrong?
I would like to be able to pass objects...which is more practical ...
Campbell Ritchie wrote:If the HashSet always contains the same data, why don't you make it static? And maybe even final?
Originally posted by Paul Clapham:
You don't get Eclipse to include those other jars. (No matter what you meant by "include".) You put their names into Class-Path entries in your executable jar file's manifest and distribute them along with (not in) your jar. Here's the jar file tutorial, it tells you that and more: