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From "Hal Deadman" <hal.dead...@Tallan.com>
Subject RE: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8487] - Serializability issues in ActionServlet/RequestProcessor
Date Tue, 23 Jul 2002 18:13:20 GMT
I am using Struts and Weblogic 6/7 without any problems. I deploy my apps as
EAR files using the weblogic.deploy tool via Ant. The whole
build/deploy/test cycle is fairly slow and has me dreaming of .NET or a
decent laptop, but you do avoid the whole serializability problem that
occurs when you modify a JSP of an exploded EAR file. You also get a
consistent deployment package that you can target at your dev/test/prod
environments without worrying about people monkeying with the code on the
server.

(If you don't use weblogic.deploy for local builds, and just copy the EAR to
the applications directory, you will get periodic errors if weblogic tries
to hot deploy the ear in the middle of the file copy. )

Let me know if you want an example of using weblogic.deploy.

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> Subject: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8487] - Serializability issues in
> ActionServlet/RequestProcessor
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> http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=8487
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> Serializability issues in ActionServlet/RequestProcessor
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>
> ------- Additional Comments From jspiewak@axeda.com
> 2002-07-23 18:05 -------
> SRV.15.1.2 declares that HttpServlet implements Serializable.
>  Therefore all
> classes that extend HttpServlet must also implement Serializable.
> ActionServlet extends HttpServlet.  ActionServlet has a
> member variable
> (RequestProcessor processor) that is not Serializable and is
> not transient.  It
> doesn't even appear as though you use the member variable, as
> all uses of the
> RequestProcessor flow through getRequestProcessor.  Removing
> the member
> variable will resolve my issue with ActionServlet and I will
> then agree with
> you that there is a container issue with the ServletContext requiring
> attributes to be Serializable, and that if I want to use
> Struts with Weblogic
> 6.1 then I am out of luck.
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