Class-Path-Manifest Entry

2004-01-26 Thread Reinhard Moosauer
Hello List,

I wonder, if the Class-Path-Entry of the Manifest in a 
web-application-ressource is interpreted by Tomcat.

I saw this functionality in BEA WebLogic. I tried in tomcat, but it did not 
work.

Is it implemented at all, or is it planned?
(Using 4.1.29)

Plug-and-play-installation of Webapps could be done with much smaller WARs.
So I would consider it as a nice feature.

Kind regards,

Reinhard


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RE: Class-Path-Manifest Entry

2004-01-26 Thread Shapira, Yoav

Howdy,

I wonder, if the Class-Path-Entry of the Manifest in a
web-application-ressource is interpreted by Tomcat.

I saw this functionality in BEA WebLogic. I tried in tomcat, but it did
not
work.

Is it implemented at all, or is it planned?
(Using 4.1.29)

Plug-and-play-installation of Webapps could be done with much smaller
WARs.
So I would consider it as a nice feature.

Not supported, not planned to be supported, not specified in the servlet
specification disk space is cheap, WARs should contain everything an
application needs, so would be a hack.  That summarizes my points on
this matter, sorry for the syntax but I have to run to a meeting ;)

Yoav Shapira



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