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  1. JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
  2. SOA-1622

jboss-as/client dir should contain jars to enable applications to interact with ESB

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      https://issues.jboss.org/browse/SOA-1622

      To make it easier for users to develop applications that interact with the ESB via the ESB API, all of the required JARs have now been relocated to a central jboss-as/client directory. Previously, they had been scattered, requiring the user to add them to the class-path individually.
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      https://issues.jboss.org/browse/SOA-1622 To make it easier for users to develop applications that interact with the ESB via the ESB API, all of the required JARs have now been relocated to a central jboss-as/client directory. Previously, they had been scattered, requiring the user to add them to the class-path individually.
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      If a user is developing an application that interacts with ESB using ESB API it has to put on classpath different jars scattered all around the server.
      It would be useful to have one directory that will contain all necessary JARs for this purpose in the similar manner as EAP client dir.

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              • Assignee:
                jcoleman Julian Coleman
                Reporter:
                jpechanec Jiri Pechanec
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                David Le Sage
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