Community articleSetting the Shared Libraries
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After setting the WebSphere® variables, you must configure WebSphere Application Server so that it can access the API's shared libraries.



After setting the WebSphere® variables, you must configure WebSphere Application Server so that it can access the API's shared libraries.

To set the shared libraries:
  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, go to Environment -> Shared Libraries.
  2. Use the drop-down list to set the scope. Select the node that contains the server that you are using. This must be the same node that you selected when you set up the WebSphere variables.
  3. Click New to create a shared library.
  4. If you are using the Classic API:
    1. In the Name field, type LFS_API_LIB.
    2. In the Classpath field, enter the following files, one per line:
      • ${LFS_API_LIB_DIR}/pe_api.jar
      • ${LFS_API_LIB_DIR}/pe_api_native.jar
      • ${LFS_API_LIB_DIR}/commons-codec.jar
      • ${LFS_API_LIB_DIR}/xmlsec-1.4.1.jar

  5. If you are using the Streaming API:
  6. Note: You cannot configure your system to use both the Classic and Streaming Java™ APIs. You must choose only one.
    1. In the Name field, type LFS_Streaming.
    2. In the Classpath field, type ${LFS_API_STREAM_LIB_DIR}/StreamingAPI.jar.
  7. Click OK, then click Save.
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