Me thinks you should use Clas-Path: ./automarketinventor.jar
I tried that, same result, thanks.
(I think I saw an answer to this in developer list
but an answer should be here too)
The Class-Path in the jar manifests are meant
to define jars _outside_ the current jar. So,
the behaviour you see is correct. If you put
the automarkinventory.jar inside the deploy
directory i guess that JBoss should find it.
However, IMHO, the main usage for this within
J2EE is to put both your EJB jar and the
automarkinventory.jar inside an .ear file, giving
you only one file inside the deploy directory
for a whole application :-)
> I'm using 2.4.4 and seeing the following, when I have
> the line:
> Class-Path: automarkinventory.jar
> In my Manifest.mf file it appears to look on the
> filesystem for the jar file, why not inside my ejb
> jar file?
> I am just wondering if I'm doing something wrong
I wasn't understanding that properly, thanks for clearing that up.