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From "Frank Lawlor" <frank.law...@athensgroup.com>
Subject RE: The Infamous ClassCastException Problem
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2001 19:20:07 GMT
> This is normal then. Class foo loaded by class 
> loader A is not castable to class foo loaded 
> by class loader B (if they are really independent, 
> of course - if A is the parent of B and B 
> delegates, it will work). You have to
> put the class in a spot shared by both 
> webapps (that means the shared class loader.
> 
> Remy

Then how does this work in a general client-
server relationship such as RMI servers, EJB
servers, etc.  Don't they usually just give
you a jar with the classes that you add to 
your client?

Having to use the exact same file seems 
excessive???!  Isn't there some way to allow
use of a copy of the class?
 
 -- Frank


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