Intergrate DWR into Your Java Web Application (Page 1 of 4 )
The Direct Web Remoting code comes in the form of an archived or zipped Java Archive (JAR) file, dwr.jar. The download address is http://www. getahead.ltd.uk/dwr/download.html.
The top-level web page for this open source software is http://www.getahead.ltd.uk/dwr/. Check out the license details for more information while you are visiting this page.
To get started with DWR, you must first set it up in your server-side web application. Place the dwr.jar file in the /WEB-INF/lib directory of your Java web application on the server, then restart or reload the application.
For those not familiar with Java web applications, they all have a top-level directory named WEB-INF. Inside WEB-INF are XML configuration files, the main one being web.xml. WEB-INF also contains a directory named lib, which encloses code libraries or JAR files that the application depends on, such as database drivers and helper classes. The dwr.jar file goes in this lib directory.