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you can set the path of that jar in enviornment variables or in class path.
Well, I can do something like:
but it seems as if it is not possible to nest C:\Temp\MyOhterJAR.jar and C:\Temp\MyOtherOtherJAR.jar into MyJAR.jar. In the DB schema
loadjava -u user/passwd@hostname:1521:xxx -v -r C:\Temp\MyJAR.jar C:\Temp\MyOhterJAR.jar C:\Temp\MyOtherOtherJAR.jar
C:\Temp\MyOhterJAR.jar and C:\Temp\MyOtherOtherJAR.jar appear as JAR files but they are not resolved.
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When you post there provide your 4 digit Oracle version (result of SELECT * FROM V$VERSION) and review Chapter 11 Schema Objects and Oracle JVM Utilities in the Java Developers Guide
see '-recursivejars' in the Argument Summary section.
Normally, if the loadjava tool encounters an entry in a JAR with a .jar extension, it will load the entry as a resource. If this option is specified, then the loadjava tool will process contained JAR files as if they were top-level JAR files. That is, it will read their entries and load classes, sources, and resources.
The -recursivejars option was the solution. Thank you.