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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 40220] - Order of jar loading affects packaged resources
Date Wed, 27 Dec 2006 19:04:09 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From mplatvoet@gmail.com  2006-12-27 11:04 -------
An exhaustive search within any realm seems to me like desired behaviour. So consider 3 different

realms:
1. jvm
2. app-server
3. web-app

I think within every realm an exhaustive search should be performed. This way a realm won't
have any 
'order of jar loading' issues. But when a realm boundary is crossed, so for instance duplicate
paths to 
resources exist in the app-server realm and the web-app realm, the upper realm should be preferred.

So in this case that would be the web-app realm. This seems to me both secure as desirable.


So I don't think the current class loading is correct since it ignores resources that shouldn't,
for 
whatever reason, be ignored.

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