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Thread: About META-INF directory?

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    Default About META-INF directory?

    hi friends,
    what is the use of META-INF directory in web application deployment structure?
    which files can we put in this directory?


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    Default Re: About META-INF directory?

    You can put whatever you want in the META-INF folder but you're not required to put anything there.

    I use it for storing my .tld file in one of my projects

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    Default Re: About META-INF directory?

    Usually,existing a MANIFEST.MF file inside the META-INF folder. In this file, you can remark your project information such as :version and .jar refered to. If you package your ejb project, you must remark all .jar which you're refering to,then the container can load your refered classes in the refered package properly. Otherwise, the contianer may generates some errors like "can't find the class xxx"

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