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From Larry Meadors <larry.mead...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Common vs. Shared
Date Thu, 05 May 2005 20:05:13 GMT
Common is available globally to the server, and to all of the 
web-applications.

Shared is available globally, but only to all of the web-applications.

IMO, both are bad places to put stuff unless you *really need* to.

Larry


On 5/5/05, Michael Oliver <oliverm@sourceonenet.com> wrote:
> 
>  I am quite sure this has been asked and answered but I googled a bunch of 
> combinations and didn't find the answer, so I am sure someone here will know 
> and share.
> 
>  What is the difference between the /common/ and /shared/ 
> 
>  I understand this is a class loader issue, and I have read the comments 
> in catalina.properties.
> 
>  What would go into 'common' that wouldn't go into 'shared' and vice 
> versa?
> 
>  If a jar is in /common/lib/ and a different version of that jar is in 
> /shared/lib/ what will be the effect?
> 
>  Similarly, if I modify catalina.properties and add something to 'common' 
> that is already in 'shared', etc.
> 
>  Understanding the relationship between 'common' and 'shared' and the 
> intended use thereof should be of interest to more than just me.
> 
>  Ollie
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