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From "CHHAJED, Amit, GBM" <Amit.CHHA...@rbos.com>
Subject Jars of different webapps causing problem
Date Mon, 29 Jan 2007 13:14:44 GMT
Hi there,
 
I have problem running two webapps deployed on my Tomcat 5.X, which
otherwise works fine, when deployed separately. Both the webapps have the
same jars related to visibroker (vbjorb and vbjsec). When I try running both
the webapp together in the same tomcat instance, my first app throws a
ClassCastException (from visibroker). But when I remove the visibroker jars
from the second app and then run the webapps, then my first app does not
throw the exception.
 
It seems like the visibroker jars loaded in my second app. is affecting the
classes which were loaded in the first app. From what I know, there would be
different classloaders for different web application. If that is correct,
why would I end up with this problem ? Am I missing something ?
 
Thanks a ton.
Amit Chhajed
 

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