[jboss-user] [Installation, Configuration & Deployment] - Re: /client vs /lib
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Tue Oct 3 22:18:49 EDT 2006
Do not place your jars in the client directory. Instead, include the necessary jar files from the client directory in your client's classpath. Yes, that means if the client is on a remote machine that you must copy the client directory (or just the jars you need) to that machine. Thus, the client directory is mainly a repository of jar files that clients might use.
Regarding lib vs server/xxx/lib, the files in lib are needed to bootstrap the app server, and the files in server/xxx/lib are what is required to run the various services provided by the server. Compare, for example, the list of jars in server/minimal/lib with the ones in server/default/lib (you can do this only if you downloaded the binary zip file, not if you used the installer jar file, though with the later I supposed you could install a minimal server).
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