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Hi,
    I created a web application. it works properly in tomcat, so made a war file and tried to deploy in weblogic thru admin console. it was deloyed successfully. But there is a error while starting a login.jsp page. it says
compilation of jsp file 'jsp/login/login.jsp failed'

login.jsp 5:18 package com.documentum.fc.client doesnot exist.
<%@ import="com.documentum.fc.client.*"  >

I guess jar files are not reffered. How to set class path to weblogic to load the jar file.
in both weblogic solaris and windows.

Any help is highly appreciated

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I would try adding the required jar files of documentum in

<your_bea_installed_location>\user_projects\domains\<your_domain>\lib

Basically whatever you place under lib directory would be picked by weblogic and added to the classpath.


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Hi Rajesh,
         I copied and tried, but still the error presents? any other alternative way to proceed?
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If you know how to modify war files, best way is to include them in /WEB-INF directory of the war and redeploy it.
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Hi,  
    I created a war file from eclipse. it includes web-inf and all the folders..

Even i deployed in my local weblogic server it works properly. but it is not working in another weblogic server.. i dont know y
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Where is your dfc.jar? It needs to be in your WEB-INF/lib dir. That's standard location for a webapp's jars.

Look at webtop.jar or any of the other dctm jar files to see what they have in their lib directories.

Note that creating a war file from eclipse doesn't mean anything on its own. you still need to ensure you're packing the correct dependencies within your webapp.
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Hi,
     Eclipse does provide correct war file. However my problem got resolved
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radhnki,

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