How to create Manifest and how to add Class-path: <jar containing custom class> into it??

How to put the jar in my WAR manifest - classpath. This is to say that my war uses the class files in the jar.

In the WAR Manifest.MF

Class-path: <jar containing custom class>


How to create Manifest and how to add Class-path: <jar containing custom class> into it??



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chaitu chaituAsked:
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chaitu chaituAuthor Commented:
this is war task to create war in build.xml

<war destfile="${name}.war"    webxml="${web.dir}/WEB-INF/web.xml">    
<fileset dir="${web.dir}">            
<include name="**/*.*"/>        
</fileset>      
</war>  

in that task how can i add to create MANIFEST file.
chaitu chaituAuthor Commented:
i think while creating jar only it create MANIFEST file automatically
el_diosCommented:
Hi chaituu,
There would be somethin like this:

<jar destfile="my.jar">
                <manifest>
                        <attribute name="Project" value="Project"/>
                        <attribute name="Built-By" value="EE"/>
                        <attribute name="Built-On" value="${TODAY}"/>
                </manifest>
        </jar>

You could try something similar

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el_diosCommented:
see the manifest task at:

http://ant.apache.org/manual/index.html

use  in my previous example add the following:
<attribute name="Class-Path" value="...."/>

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