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11g Release 1 (10.3.6)

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B Using the WebLogic JarBuilder Tool

This chapter describes how to create the wlfullclient.jar using the WebLogic JarBuilder tool.

Note:

If you run the WebLogic Full Client from a <java> task that is invoked in an Ant script, see Running the WebLogic Full Client in a Non-Forked VM, for important information regarding the RSA Crypto-J library, which is included in the wlfullclient.jar manifest classpath.

Creating a wlfullclient.jar for JDK 1.6 client applications

Use the following steps to create a wlfullclient.jar file for a JDK 1.6 client application:

  1. Change directories to the server/lib directory.

    cd WL_HOME/server/lib
    
  2. Use the following command to create wlfullclient.jar in the server/lib directory:

    java -jar wljarbuilder.jar
    
  3. You can now copy and bundle the wlfullclient.jar along with cryptoj.jar with client applications. The wlfullclient.jar and cryptoj.jar must be kept in the same directory as the wlfullcient.jar references cryptoj.jar in its manifest Class-Path.

  4. Add the wlfullclient.jar to the client application's classpath.

Creating a wlfullclient5.jar for JDK 1.5 client applications

  1. Change directories to the server/lib directory.

    cd WL_HOME/server/lib
    
  2. Use the following command to create wlfullclient.jar in the server/lib directory:

    java -jar wljarbuilder.jar -profile wlfullclient5 
    
  3. You can now copy and bundle the wlfullclient5.jar along with cryptoj.jar with client applications. The wlfullclient5.jar and cryptoj.jar must be kept in the same directory as the wlfullcient5.jar references cryptoj.jar in its manifest Class-Path.

  4. Add the wlfullclient5.jar to the client application's classpath.