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The TopLink Mapping Workbench maintains its own CLASSPATH – separate from your system CLASSPATH. To import classes into your Mapping Workbench project, you must first indicate the directories that contain the domain class(es) to map on the project’s General tab. Choose the project object in the Project Tree pane. Click on the General tab in the Properties pane. To add a new classpath, click on Add Entry and select the directory, .jar file, or .zip file to add. To add the system’s classpath entries to the project, click on Add System Entries. Note: The CLASSPATH containing your JDBC drivers should still be on your system CLASSPATH. The TopLink Mapping Workbench CLASSPATH is meant for domain classes only.
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