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Accessing JAVA Classes outside the TomCat container


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I can have flex access java classes from the lib and classes folders.

We also have a oc4j container with classes in, which I would like to use without making copies to the TomCat container.

How can I configure my setup to call functions from these remote classes.

Thanks, Dan
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Hi Dan,

Well, this is more a Tomcat configuration question and not related to Flex/LCDS but take a look at the tomcat\conf\ file. In there you can specify what jars, classes etc. are loaded by the different classloaders so I am guessing you would just add the classes from your oc4j container to one of loaders to get the classes into the classpath.

Hope that helps.