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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15009] - Classloading behavior does not follow specification/documentation
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2002 07:37:33 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From tom.sprenger@adnovum.com  2002-12-03 07:37 -------
Nevertheless, there are some good reasons for this recommondetion (i.e.
isolation and self-containedness for web applications) and it seems to make more
sense than the current implementation, which delutes the concept of encapsulated
application contexts. Since, there was a sound implementation in previous
versions of Tomcat (and several other application servers implement the class
loading likewise), there must have been good resons to change the behavior so
fundamentally. Without starting a big discussion, what are these reasons?

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