transaction api

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  1. mark

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    hi, i downloaded transaction api (JTA) but are not sure where to put it so i
    can import the relevant classes. thanks,mark
    mark, Jun 29, 2005
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  2. On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 13:33:06 +0100, mark wrote:

    > hi, i downloaded transaction api (JTA) but are not sure where to put it so i
    > can import the relevant classes.


    Anywhere on the classpath of whatever is trying to use it.

    You *do* know how to set the classpath for your app., right?
    [ And if your IDE does it for you, that is a good case for dumping
    the IDE and learning how it works from the command line. ]

    >..thanks,..


    No worries.

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