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create shared library using jython(wsadmin) script

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Please provide jython script (will be ran using wsadmin tool comes with WebSphere Application Server v7 cluster) to create a new shared library, it will create shared library for a cluster.
In the  WebSphere Application Server v7 cluster Admin console, i go to shared library and select scope the cluster "abc" and click button "new" and shared lib name is "shared_lib_1" and the classpath is /opt/app/hptool/xyz.jar.

I want to do the same thing using the jython script to automate. Please help me.

Thank you in advance
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i was looking for code, but noticed no one posted any anwsers.
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