|Runtime Classpath in Eclipse [message #507303]
||Tue, 12 January 2010 16:16
Registered: January 2010
I've been using eclipse for a while now and have never had a for sure answer one way or the other on this question - we just keep putting things under the build path/ libraries tab and things just work.|
Let's assume you have a java project called "Project". I have a third party jar called "MyJar.jar"
How can I add this jar to the run-time classpath?
How can I add this jar to the compile-time classpath?
In eclipse can I actually add a jar to only one or the other? If so, how?
Are there any articles or documentation that go over the most common format for web projects ie (An ear, 1 or more web projects, 1 or more java projects that become utility jar's for the web projects) and what all of the steps are you have to do to correctly set things up and why?
I'm looking for exact definitions of when you add something to the "Java Module Dependencies" section.
Exact definitions of when you would add something to the project tab under "java build path" or when you add jar's under the libraries tab under "java build path" and what the ramifications are, etc.
Thanks in advance for anyone bearing with me. I would really like to find some good documentation on this type of thing.
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