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Easy Web Development with WaveMaker by Edward Callahan

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The classpath

One of the things you will need in the initial stage of creating custom Java services is the ability to add things to the classpath. The classpath is the set of locations in which Java looks for classes and packages. If it is not on the classpath, we cannot use it in Java. Therefore, we need to add any additional classes we wish to use in our Java service to the classpath before we can use them. Where files should go to get on the classpath is driven by what they are and their desired reach.

JAR and class files

JAR files (.jar) and compiled class files (.class) specific to a project are added to that project's root lib folder. For a project named Project1, this would be the /projects/Project1/lib folder within the WaveMaker home folder. ...

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