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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31731] - ClassCastException from ActionServlet.getRequestProcessor()
Date Wed, 27 Oct 2004 14:09:41 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From adambrod@yahoo.com  2004-10-27 14:09 -------
Hi-

I have not tested what Kris recommended.  I spoke to a BEA support rep and he
told me it probably would not work.  Also, with the complexity of our
applications (with lots of EJBs), changing the classloading for our application
is not an option.  

I agree with you that most likely the issue is that Weblogic is not following
the spec and/or a bug in their redelployment code.  However, there are lots of
people using Struts and Weblogic 8.1.  One of the greatest strengths of an open
source organization like Apache is that they can move more quickly than behemoth
companies like BEA.

So I think the best solution for users of Struts is to add my "fix" to the
struts code.  However, if it is more important to the Apache to blame BEA and
not add this fix for the issue because the "real" problem is in BEA's code,
that's okay by me.  I just know that the developers will be frustrated.

Thanks for following up.

Adam

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