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It would be helpful to know the JDev version you're using here so we can help diagnose the issue.
It should be as simple as right clicking on the JAR and selecting "Add to project".
Sanity check: within the resource palette are you able to open the ADF Library JAR to see its contents? If yes this means it will be a valid ADF Library JAR, if not we need to look at your deployment process.
Sorry, the version I am using is 184.108.40.206
I am able to expand the Jar in the Resource Palette and see a list of classes.
But, I am unable to right click on the jar and find an option that will allow me to add it to the selected project, or to any project.
I only see 2 available options, "Open", and "Adanced Search".
Thanks for your feedback.
If it was a valid ADF Library JAR based on a model project, you should see EOs, VOs and AMs. I suggest checking the deployment profile.
I see the xml files for the EOs and VOs as well.
Is there anything specific I need to look for in the Deployment Profile?
When you say you see the XML files for the EOs & VOs do you mean in the resource palette? Never mind, let's take a step back.
Via the following link this is what you should see for a Model project ADF Library JAR that contains EO/VOs etc:
If you were to right click on the JAR this is what options you should see:
I'd suggest you're still doing something wrong when you create the ADF Library JAR. To assist you via this link:
...you'll find a previous workspace/project I've setup. If you right click on the Model project look to the Deployment options you'll see an ADF Library deployment profile called "Model_Model_adflib". If you exit out of the preferences, right click Deploy -> select Model_Model_adflib, the appropriate ADF Lib JAR will be created under Model/Model/deploy. Returning to JDev and the Resource Palette, add a file system connection to this deploy directory, then you should see what I see above.
Let us know how you go.
I guess you've deployed it to a "normal" jar file and not to an "ADF Library" jar file. Create a new deployment profile for the model project using ADF Library Jar file type (and not a plain Jar file type), deploy it, and then check out from the file system connection. You should be able to add then.
It appears the problem occurs only when the File Sysrtem Connection refers to a folder on a shared network drive.
All works great when the File System Connection refers to a folder on my laptop.
Hi Arun, sorry for slow reply, returning from holidays.
If possible can you give me some information please on the shared network drive. Was it a Windows fileserver share, samba, Linux mount?