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I am using Winzip, pretty much for the first time

I copied a jar file from Linux, this jar file contains other jar files underneath it

I want to open up WinZIp, and copy newly updated jars containing new WMQ client jars into the master client jar.

Problem is I dont know how to do this from windows

I opten Winzip, and open up my client jar.  

What I am trying to do is copy jar files from WIndows Explorer into the Winzip directory struction of the jar

Howevery in Windows explorer, I see something like

com.ibm.mqjms

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buth there is no .jar extension

When I move it to the WInzip dir structure, it puts it someplace like
 
+ com
  + ibm
    + mqjms

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So how do I copy a jar into another jar using WinZip

Thanks
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Question by:Los Angeles1
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by:Kimputer
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It's correct, inside that ibm jar, is no other jar. What you see is correct.

Also see here:
http://www.java2s.com/Code/Jar/c/Downloadcomibmmqjmsjar.htm

As you can see, only class files, no jar.
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Mazdajai earned 2000 total points
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Have you try drag and drop the jar file within Winzip?

So how do I copy a jar into another jar using WinZip

You should able to open it with WinZip and drag the jar file in the WinZip explorer.
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