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Configuring Java compiler access to information

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Updated on August 25, 2021

To support Service Java rules and other custom Java code, configure Java compiler access to the classes in external JAR files.

  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click ConfigureSystemSettings.
  2. Click the Compiler tab.
  3. In the Default Paths text area, enter a list of jar files to add to the compile-time classpath.
    • For Windows systems, separate the jar file names with a semicolon.
    • For UNIX systems, separate the jar file names with a colon.
  4. In the Default Classes text area, enter a list of Java classes to add to the compile-time classpath.
    • For Windows systems, separate the Java classes with a semicolon.
    • For UNIX systems, separate the Java classes with a colon.
  5. Click Submit to save these changes into the corresponding dynamic system settings data instances.
What to do next: To see the new values on the server, log out and log in again.
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