|Re: WTP Jar Creation (Automatic Jar Signing) [message #559649 is a reply to message #559508]
||Fri, 17 September 2010 10:00
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
On 9/16/2010 6:08 PM, Jake wrote:|
> I'm bumping this after...9 months. I moved away from the project and
> have come back to it and Googling turns up this post as the #1 hit. So?
> I can't use Eclipse with signed jars?
In the WTP Tomcat support prior to WTP 3.2, that support was hard coded
to assume any dependent utility projects were jars used on the server
and were unconditionally built into WEB-INF/lib during publishing. You
can't put applet jars in WEB-INF/lib because WEB-INF is inaccessible to
browsers. Now with the Deployment Assembly page, you can modify the
deploy path to place the built jar somewhere other than WEB-INF/lib.
However, as you note, signing isn't supported in the building of that
jar in the server publishing process. Since you are able to build that
jar in it's own project, including the signing, you should be able at
add a reference to the already built jar to the webapp project and set
the deploy path to place it in the appropriate location in the webapp's
content. That should accomplish what you want.
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