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Class Finder Toolkit for Websphere Application Server

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Bookmark and Share Class Finder Toolkit for WAS consists of two command line tools for determining all the run-time JARs, zip files, and directories for a given class inside WAS.

These two utilities are as follows:

• dcl (dump classpaths) dumps run-time classpaths in XML for a given J2EE module, such as petstore.war. Working on top of JMX SOAP connector, it can work with a local WAS node or a remote one, with WAS Base version or ND version, and with WAS security on or off.
• wswhich can take an XML-produced from dcl and examine all the classpaths defined in the XML, including JARs, zip files, and directories for a given class. In addition, wswhich can be also used to locate a class among WAS's system-level classpaths, which belong to JRE and WAS extension classloader, even when WAS is not running.

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