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JspBatchCompiler.sh to precompile jsp's

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i was precompilling my jsp's, /usr/local/fisher/WebSphere/AppServer/bin/JspBatchCompiler.sh -war.path /usr/local/fisher/WebSphere/PortalServer/installedApps/sicom.ear/sicom.war/ -compileToDir ~/jith/ -jspCompileClasspath /export/home/admin/lib

And i am putting all my jar files in the /export/home/admin/lib and when i run jspcompiler, it compile few jsp's and then kicks out by saying classnotfound error. I see that jar file exists in /export/home/admin/lib (there are around 150 jar files exists in /export/home/admin/lib  directory i copied all my WebSPhere application server library jar's and application jars to that folder).

Please let me know how to set classpath efficiently, so that compiler will use them.

Thanks in advance for your valuable help
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