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From "T. Park" <>
Subject Re: Cause found [was Re: How do I use a non-apache naming servicewith tomcat 4?]
Date Tue, 27 Mar 2001 15:35:37 GMT

downloading the latest nightly build resolved my problem... thanks!

...but only after I dropped that 'big everything' jar into the common/lib

So there seems to be a chicken & egg thing regarding what order certain
components need to be in
for the new tomcat to play with an alternative naming service.

My InstanceListener class goes into server/lib just fine, but the support
class (I.e. the one containing javax.naming) needs
to go in the common area.

Can you tell me why this would be? I know it's something to do with the new
classloading scheme
but I can't see why it would matter.


"Craig R. McClanahan" wrote:

> On Mon, 26 Mar 2001, T. Park wrote:
> > 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.
> >
> There will be soon, but I've been notified that someone is working on a
> "real" patch for the sealing violation problems under JDK 1.3 JVMs.  I'd
> like to give him a chance to finish before cutting beta 2.
> Since I'm going to be at O'Reilly Java Conference for the remainder of
> this week (I'm speaking at 4:15 on Thursday about Web Application
> Architectures), the earliest possible time for a beta 2 release will be
> this weekend.
> In the mean time, working with a recent nightly build will save you the
> time it takes to deal with issues that have already been fixed (and there
> have been around 200 CVS commits on Tomcat 4.0 since beta 1).
> Craig


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