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how to call 3rd party jar that exist in lib directory of the main class  jar

Posted on 2013-01-24
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hi,

I have created custom.jar and inside custom.jar there is lib directory where placed 3rd party jars.but Test class inside in custom.jar is not picking up 3rd party jars that exist in lib directory.how to resolve this issue?

custom.jar
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lib ----
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		log4j.jar
		

		manifest file.		
		
Manifest-Version: 1.0
Ant-Version: Apache Ant 1.7.1
Created-By: 17.0-b17 (Sun Microsystems Inc.)
Main-Class: com.sample.Test
Class-Path: lib/log4j.jar

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by:ksivananth
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just add that jar into classpath!
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by:chaitu chaitu
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in the manifest file its there right..this jar is located inside the lib directory custom.jar.so jar inside jar.

Class-Path: lib/log4j.jar
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by:ksivananth
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I don't think jar inside jar will work, you may want to extract it out.
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probably!
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yes, one-jar is what you need! :-)
As I know it is plugin for Maven, but I think that you can use it with Ant as well...
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As I know it is plugin for Maven, but I think that you can use it with Ant as well...
It's  Maven 'Shade' you're thinking of. If you're using Eclipse, simply include your jar as a dependent library and its export facility will create a 'fat jar'
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:)
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