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Dependent Projects [message #211067] Wed, 26 March 2008 13:55 Go to next message
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We are trying to switch from MyEclipse to Eclipse for our enterprise. We
are having a lot of problems getting our web projects setup to deploy to

We have a rather complicated setup of dependent projects for our web
projects. For example, web project A depends on utility project B, and
utility project B depends on utility project C. I can handle this
scenario with the Tomcat "Server" tab - those jar's are being deployed out
to Tomcat (I believe because of using the "J2EE Module Dependencies" page.

However, what we can't get working, is to get the libraries out to Tomcat.
Even in the web project (A), I can't figure out how to get it to copy all
the *.jar files defined in the classpath to Tomcat when the project is

Any help is greatly appreciated, we really want to get rid of MyEclipse,
but obviously we have to get things running in Eclipse before we switch
all the developers over.

Many thanks,
Re: Dependent Projects [message #211127 is a reply to message #211067] Wed, 26 March 2008 16:10 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by:


When you reference utility projects from web project's J2EE Module
Dependencies page, the utility projects will be packaged as jars in
WAR's WEB-INF/lib directory. You shouldn't need to do any other
configuration. The Tomcat publisher will take care of this. Is this not
working for you or are you trying to do something different?

- Konstantin
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