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From "T. Park" <tp...@borland.com>
Subject Re: Cause found [was Re: How do I use a non-apache naming service with tomcat 4?]
Date Tue, 27 Mar 2001 04:09:19 GMT
Hi Remy,

I'm running  tomcat 4 beta 1.

I'll download tonight's latest build and see how I fare with that.

Thanks so much for the support!

-Thom

p.s. is there a b2 drop in the near future - I'm trying to focus my
integration efforts on the nearest milestone build.


Remy Maucherat wrote:

> > Guys,
> >
> > I've isolated the cause of the problem down to the inclusion of the
> javax.naming
> > package in my 'big everything' jar.
> > If I remove the javax.naming package from the jar file, then all works
> well, if
> > not, we get that wierd 'signature' problem with createNamingContext.
> > (with or without enabling naming).
> >
> >
> > Would it seem reasonable not to load naming support jars if tomcat isn't
> going
> > to be running a [native] naming service?
>
> Which version of TC 4 are you using ?
> I believe the latest nightly builds could fix those problems.
>
> > My problem here is I have a naming service I want to use and is packaged
> with
> > the corresponding javax.naming package that it is based on
> >
> > the problem is that I'm unable (by default) to control what jndi stuff
> get's
> > stuffed on the classpath of tomcat
> >
> > I'm unable to swap these (the naming support jars) around as tomcat's
> stuff
> > seems to have been compiled against a different rev of the javax.naming
> > stuff.
> >
> >
> > So - Do you know what version of javax.naming is in tomcat 4's jndi.jar?
>
> It's the same as yours, but loaded by a different classloader, so it's not
> compatible anyway.
>
> Remy

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