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From Bob Tanner <tan...@real-time.com>
Subject Class loading is getting mangled
Date Wed, 10 May 2000 05:07:08 GMT
I grabbed the latest snap-shot from cvs (10-May-2000 00:00 CST) and there
seems to be a problem with classpath management or classloader management.

I have 2 jsp files, the contents of the files are the same, just different
filenames and directories.

They (of course) then use the same Bean.

foo1/foo1.jsp
foo2/foo2.jsp

If I run foo1.jsp first, it works fine. Then I run foo2.jsp and I get Error in
jsp service(): com.realtime.foo javax.servlet.ServletException:
com.realtime.foo 

Which throws me, since the contents are the same.

If I run foo2.jsp first, it too works fine, but again, if I run foo1.jsl I get
Error in jsp service(): com.realtime.foo javax.servlet.ServletException:
com.realtime.foo 

In cvs tag TOMCAT_31_FINAL this worked fine. Any ideas?

Sun's JDK for linux
% java -version
java version "1.2.2"
Classic VM (build 1.2.2-I, green threads, javacomp)

% uname -a
Linux linux 2.2.13 #2 SMP Thu Mar 9 14:42:48 CST 2000 i686 unknown


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