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Place then anywhere you want to...

Posted by Kishori Sharan on April 09, 2001 at 9:26 AM

You can place your Java Beans anywhere on your system. Just set the CLASSPATH accordingly. Suppose you have saved all your beans in c:\jbeans folder and beans are in package jbeans then just set c:\ in your classpath and you are done. When you start JavaWebserver then it reads the CLASSPATH environment variable and also adds all jar files in ...\javawebserver_home\lib folder and the folder ...\javawebserver_home\classes. So the alternative would be to bundle all your beans in a jar file and just place that jar file in ...\javawebserver_home\lib folder. Or, in this case you can place all your beans in ...\javawebserver_home\classes\jbeans. If you use ...\lib or ...\classes folder to place your beans then you don't need to set any classpath in your machine.



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