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From Brian.Sc...@mainline.com
Subject RE: tomcat 5 initiating jndi lookup to weblogic 8.1 / save my soul!
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2004 15:07:24 GMT

Hi Yoav -

Thank you so much for your replies, you are obviously a very kind indvidual
who spends a lot of time helping people on this forum.

My jar is in WEB-INF lib for my application, not common lib.
As for the contents of wlclient.jar, as opposed to a class list, I'm
including a list of packages.  I can include classes if it will help you,
but don't want to clog everyones inbox.

javax\ejb - maybe 20 classes
javax\ejb\deployment - 6 classes
javax\ejb\spi\ - 1 class
javax\transaction\ - ~ 12 classes
javax\transaction\xa\ - 3 classes
org\omg\CosTransactions\ - ~ 30 classes
org\omg\CSI\ - ~ 40 classes
org\omb\CISIIOP\ - ~ 15 classes
org\omg\GSSUP\ - 2 classes
org\omg\IIOP\ - 4 classes

a large slew of weblogic\corba weblogic\ejb20 weblogic\j2eeclient
weblogic\jndi weblogic\kernel weblogic\rmi weblogic\security
weblogic\transaction weblogic\util classes.

There are a ton of classes in the weblogic folders and I'm not sure it's
worth my time to try to see which ones implement JMX functionality.  I've
taken to trying to create a custom jar file with only the classes that my
application needs, hopefully I won't run into anything required that also
creates the JMX conflict.  Any other insight you can provide would be
greatly appreciated.

Brian





Brian Scott
Web Application Specialist
NCGi
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Howdy,

>I have an application service which would like to communicate with
weblogic
>8.1 using JMS.  If I include the wlcient.jar in my webapps/app
name/lib/
>directory, I get a cascade of errors on tomcat start up (strack trace
>below).  If I do not include wlclient in the lib directory, I get
>NoClassDefFoundException (s) for classes that exist in that .jar.

The place for the jar is the WEB-INF/lib directory of your webapp, not
common/lib (unless you're setting this up in server.xml, which I suggest
you NOT do, at least for now).

In the past, the Weblogic jar had a bunch of other classes that caused
conflicts, including JMX implementations.  What does your weblogic
client jar contain?

Yoav Shapira



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