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From Peter Hunsberger <>
Subject Re: [jira] Updated: (COCOON-2146) Using EventAware cache implementation breaks persistent cache restore on restart
Date Fri, 23 Oct 2015 14:02:10 GMT
It's likely going to be some difference in the class paths used in the two
systems and what libraries are sitting in which parts of the class path.
To check, work backwards from the error; what library is the class in,
where do those libraries sit on your class path, is the 1st one found the
right version?  If it is, are there dependencies it has on other
libraries?  If yes. rep[eat the check for those libraries.  Usually you'll
find the system has set a class path that includes a version of some
duplicate library that will be found earlier than the version Cocoon
wants.  If you can change the class path order, or move libraries around
you should be able to fix the problem.

Peter Hunsberger

On Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 2:07 AM, josepascual <> wrote:

> Hi francesco,
> thanks for your answer ...
> in our case, the problem is that we try to deploy the web application in
> our
> local environment under our pc windows 7 system.
> We can deploy the app under client environment without any problem, the
> customer can use it correctly. We received the maintenance of this
> application several years ago, and when we have to modify something we work
> in our computers and prove over client systems, in Integration environment.
> As you will guess this is very difficult manner  to work, because all
> developers share the same environment to prove.
> So we decided to try install in our local environment the Sun One over our
> windows and install the app to work. I'm trying to do this for two weeks
> and
> unfortunately it doesn't work.
> thanks for advance.
> Regards
> Jose Pascual
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