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From "Scott Shorter" <shor...@caradas.com>
Subject RE: Getting multiple instances of my servlet, although it doesn't implement SingleThreadModel
Date Fri, 01 Mar 2002 14:33:11 GMT
Randy,

Thanks for clarifying what you meant.

> 	1.  Multiple <servlet> tags in web.xml

Nope.

> 	2.  One or more <servet> tag(s) in web.xml and using 
> /servlets/ to access your servlet

Nope.

> 	3.  Having the same context loaded multiple times.  
> This generally happens because the AutoContextLoader (or 
> whatever its called) is still enabled and an explicit Context 
> is also defined, making two contexts (and two instances of 
> the servlets).

Maybe.  I do have a context explicitly defined (I need to, so I can
create an authentication realm for the user interface portion of the
application).  I will look into how to not automatically load contexts
and see if that helps.
-
Scott


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