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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 26302] - WebLogic HTTPSession Replication problem
Date Wed, 21 Jan 2004 17:28:56 GMT
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WebLogic HTTPSession Replication problem





------- Additional Comments From john.dcosta@verizonwireless.com  2004-01-21 17:28 -------
Is there any implications of defining or making the 
org\apache\struts\action\RequestProcessor object serializable.  How would that 
effect ActionServlet? Do we have to make any other class serializable? We tried 
making this class serializable but that did not work, it still losses the 
context reference to the ServletContext and throws NullPointerException.  I am 
willing to put any efforts that you need from my side. I will do the test on 
the Clustered WebLogic Server.  I can replicate/reproduce the problem if 
needed. 

It would be very helpful for us if you can make the RequestProcessor class 
serializable. After modification I can take the nightly build and try using 
that and test.  The advantage of you making this class serializable is, you 
know where else in the whole project it could have an impact. 

Please help us if you can.

In case you want to reach me, my contact numbers are 
(Work) 425 603 8225
(Pager) 206 699 2714
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