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From Bryan Noll <>
Subject Re: Loads of exceptions during startup of fresh Geronimo instance
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2006 14:47:26 GMT
Since you're working with 1.0 (as opposed to 1.1), check this blog 
thread out.

This workaround is not necessary in 1.1.

Aaron Mulder wrote:
> The startup exception is caused by the DayTrader sample application.
> It was built under JDK 1.4 and you're trying to run it under JDK 1.5,
> which does not work.  If you use the console or deploy tool to stop
> the DayTrader application, you won't see the startup error any more.
> As for the hibernate issue, I believe we have some libraries on the
> server classpath that Hibernate depends on, and there are problems if
> it finds the server copies before the application copies.  You can
> work around this by excluding some packages from the classpath in
> geronimo-web.xml.  Unfortunately, I've forgotten which libraries
> affect Hibernate this way... I think Jeff put the fix in 1.1 that
> cured this for Hibernate -- perhaps he can comment?
> Thanks,
>    Aaron
> On 6/15/06, Afkham Azeez <> wrote:
>> I downloaded a Geronimo Jetty version, unzipped it and simply started
>> it up as follows:
>> azeez@azeez:/usr/local/geronimo/geronimo-jetty-1.0/bin$ ./ 
>> run
>> During the server startup, I got a following exceptions
>> Thereafter, I deployed a WAR containing the hibernate-3.1.3.jar in its
>> WEB-INF/lib directory. But during the deployment of this WAR, I get an
>> error saying some Hibernate classes cannot be found (these were there
>> within the hibernate-3.1.3.jar)
>> What can be the reasons for this behaviour?
>> -- 
>> Thanks
>> Afkham Azeez

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