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Re: [eclipselink-users] EclipseLink X OC4J

Yes, you have to copy eclipselink.jar to OC4J's shared library (OC4J_HOME/j2ee/home/applib) because (by default) the persistence provider is toplink-essentials (not eclipselink).


Loreno Oliveira wrote:
Hi there,

according to the tutorial at I should copy the eclipselink.jar library into the OC4J´s shared libraries directory. 

Is this a need or just a suggestion? I mean, when I remove eclipselink.jar from the shared directory and deploy it along with my application I get strange errors which avoid my application of being deployed.

I´m asking that because in my organization there are some boring bureaucracy for changing things in the production server. It would be better if we didn´t need to rely so much on support people for changing things in the server for deploying our application.



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