Question6Replies4077Views KoheiYoshi Member since 2014 7 posts Tokio Marine Holdings Posted: 4 years agoLast activity: 4 years 6 months ago Closed Solved How to set classpath of external jarI’d like to know how to set the classpath of external Jar.(1) I made a Jar file “/var/tmp/Test.jar” that has class file “jp.co.test.Test”,(2) Selecting DesignerStudio > System > Settings > Compiler, I entered “var/tmp/Test.jar” at Default Paths and click “Submit”.(3) Reboot tomcat.(4) “Jar added to compile time class path /var/tmp/test1.jar” was logged on catalina.out when rebooting tomcat.(5) I couldn’t crete connect java on Connector Wizard.But when I place the same jar file in “/var/lib/tomcat-6/webapps/prweb/WEB-INF/lib/“, I can connect “jp.co.test.Test” without Default Paths setting.Could you tell me how to connect Java when I place jar file outside of “/WEB-INF/lib” directory.Thank you Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agoARVINDMALAV PEGA replied to KoheiYoshiTo make customer/external jar available to classpath of PRPC server, you can try following:1) Import this custom jar using Pega Button --> Application LP --> Distribution Import. This will make entry into PRPC database's pr_engineclasses table.2) Reboot the Tomcat and then see if you are able to see this Java class in your custom rule Posted: 4 years agoKoheiYoshi Tokio Marine Holdings replied to ARVINDMALAVThank you for your quick response.Can I remove this custom jar after import? and how can I do this? Posted: 4 years agoARVINDMALAV PEGA replied to KoheiYoshiRemove in the sense of deleting this from PRPC app?You can check the records that got created in pr_engineclasses when you import this jar in PRPC and delete those records in order to delete this jar from system. Posted: 4 years agoKoheiYoshi Tokio Marine Holdings replied to ARVINDMALAVSorry, I mean delete a set of java code from CodeSet.After importing a set of java code, where can I see (and delete) the java codes if I don't need these codes? Posted: 4 years agoARVINDMALAV PEGA replied to KoheiYoshiYou can not see the java code once its imported since it sits in blob in column pzbinarycontent of table pr_engineclasses.When a jar is imported in PRPC, it makes copy of same jar in Tomcat/lib folder, you can try seeing this jar at this location for reference.In terms of deletion, you need to delete concern record from pr_engineclasses table. Posted: 4 years agoKoheiYoshi Tokio Marine Holdings replied to ARVINDMALAVHello ArvindThank you very much. I imported a jar in PRPC.