I am trying to use Jython as a scripting tool within a J2EE application. I invoke Jython from a module in my J2EE application and pass it a script. The script tries to invoke another module in the J2EE application but the necessary import statements do not work. I did some diagnostic printing to see what classpath Jython is using and it is not using the same class path as the J2EE container (Weblogic). For my application to work properly I need Jython to use the same class path as the container (Weblogic). Does anybody have experience with this sort of thing? Is there an example somewhere showing how to do what I am trying to do? Any help is appreciated!