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From Paul McCulloch <>
Subject RE: obfuscation Struts config
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2004 17:38:50 GMT
Won't obfuscating your classnames make any analysis of a stack trace, for
example, very difficult?

Anyway - I would expect that any commercial J2EE code obfuscation tool which
changes classnames would know how to modify the XML files. EJBs for instance
are also referenced, by name, in xml config files.

Otherwise I reckon a bit of sed should be able to do a simple (or complex!)
search & replace to meet your needs.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Franck DARRAS []
> Sent: 02 December 2004 17:31
> To: Struts Users Mailing List
> Subject: obfuscation Struts config
> Hello,
> I search a product (free or commercial) for obfuscation of my source. 
> But I have a problem with the file struts-config.xml or jsp file 
> (usebean for e.g.).
> This files declare the class, but if in my bytecode, i rename 
> the class 
> how does it work.
> I search a product for struts framework with facilities to modify all 
> text/xml/jsp files.
> if you know link to a product, an another method to protect the code 
> source, i'm interesting
> Tks for your help
> Franck
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