Add the jar file to your WEB-INF/lib folder.Right-click your project in Eclipse, and go to "Build Path > Configure Build Path"Add the "Web App Libraries" libraryThis will ensure all WEB-INF/lib jars are included on the classpath. helped me..
As noted inJARs and Eclipse Build Path, the WebApp Library is one of the optional groupings of library organization in theEclipse project and is particularly germane and useful to the Dynamic WebProject (as opposed to a plain Java Project).
The IDE builds projects using project source files as well as JARs that are stored in the project or outside the project as J2EE libraries. Multiple projects can reference a single copy of a J2EE library stored on the server alleviating the need to create separate copies of the library in each project.
This guide shows you how to create a multi-module project with Spring Boot. The project will have a library jar and a main application that uses the library. You could also use it to see how to build a library (that is, a jar file that is not an application) on its own.
The library will provide a MyService class that can be used by applications. The following listing (from library/src/main/java/com/example/multimodule/service/MyService.java) shows the MyService class:
To make it configurable in the standard Spring Boot idiom (with application.properties), you can also add a @ConfigurationProperties class. The ServiceProperties class (from library/src/main/java/com/example/multimodule/service/ServiceProperties.java) fills that need:
You need not do it this way. A library might merely provide pure Java APIs and no Spring features. In that case, the application that consumes the library would need to provide the configuration itself.
You will want to write unit tests for your library components. If you provide re-usable Spring configuration as part of the library, you might also want to write an integration test, to make sure that the configuration works. To do that, you can use JUnit and the @SpringBootTest annotation. The following listing (from library/src/test/java/com/example/multimodule/service/MyServiceTest.java) shows how to do so:
The main class in the application can be a @RestController that uses the Service from the library to render a message. The following listing (from application/src/main/java/com/example/multimodule/application/DemoApplication.java) shows such a class:
You need to provide a message for the service in the library in application.properties. In the source folder, you need to create a file named src/main/resources/application.properties. The following listing shows a file that would work:
Having these new J2EE preferences set by default as of RAD 126.96.36.199 was causing these library containers to be added to the .classpath files of RAD v6 and earlier J2EE projects unexpectedly, when J2EE Module Dependencies are specified and causing unexpected build errors such as "Duplicate classpath entry" error. In short the .classpath file had older individual entries for items that are also specified in J2EE container libraries.
J2EE tools/build should not modify .classpath automatically. This especially affects projects with build tools/ant tasks that parse .classpath for the traditional eclipse/java src/output information:
The EAR, EJB and WEB Eclipse project source for this EclipseLink OC4J tutorial will be available online at the following locations. These 3 projects must be imported along with the jpa core eclipselink project.
2. when i want to use the remote debugging via Java Remote App and Server APPxyz.scm.azurewebsites.net Port 50148 eclipse throws the error "Failed to connect to remote VM. Connection refused. Connection time out: connect
Since the url i.e. dl.microsoft.com/eclipse/ is not accessible, unable to install the azure tool kit. Is there any other url to refer to, or is there any other older stable version? I guess the one expected at dl.microsoft.com/eclipse/ is 3.5.0.
I checked out your example. It seems that the License project is not marked as a web project. Just apply the eclipse-wtp on it, start the project synchronization (right click > Gradle > Refresh Gradle Projects) and your project will appear amongst the web modules:
The library-ref element and its sub-elements specify to Oracle WebLogic Server that the JSTL 1.2 library should be used as a shared library. The advantage of using a shared library in this manner is that the library does not need to be included in each individual WAR or EAR file deployed to the server. 2b1af7f3a8