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    Default IBatis config in a distributed jar

    I am wondring, if I have some java code that makes use of iBatis. If I jar up this code, can I put the XML configuation files for iBatus in this jar file? Do I need to leave the XML files out of the jar file. If I can place the XML in the jar files where should they go.
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    Basically jar files are different from xml files place the jar in lib folder and place the xml files seperately in root of project don't forget to mention these in manifest file

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