Re: Tomcat/Eclipse: NoClassDefFoundError

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Mon, 09 Apr 2007 19:34:06 -0400
Magnus Warker wrote:

But let me ask two questions about that:

1. Why do I need to specify this twice?
Once for Eclipse to treat my code as "known code" (syntax highlighting and
son on), and once for Tomcat to work? This is somewhat doubled
configuration, isn't it?

You could view it that way, but consider that
you used Eclipse to develop an web
app with version N of the jar and NetBeans to develop another
web app with version N+1 of the jar and both got deployed to
the same Tomcat residing on a web hotel that you have only
HTTP and FTP access to.

They way it is makes that no problem. So consider it a feature.
You may not need it now. But you may need it some day.

2. What about many projects using one library?
Assume many web projects using a single JAR library. Copying JAR files all
the time does not seem conventional for me. What I did in this case was
creating a symbolic link. Is this the normal way?

shared/lib exist for that purpose, but be really sure that you want
that jar used by all web apps before putting something there.


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