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Hi Xperts,
This is my development plant:
Eclipse 2.1(EasyStruts and Lomboz)/JBoss-3.2.1_tomcat4.1.24/Oracle 9i.
I�m using Lomboz plug-in integrated with Eclipse to develop J2EE applications. It�s working fine. But, no struts facility.
In order to provide the Struts framework to my application I integrated EasyStruts plug-in along with my Eclipse IDE. I added struts support to the existing application, which is developed using the Lomboz plug-in. When I start the JBoss server now, it gives me the following errors:
16:01:32,718 ERROR [Digester] End event threw exception
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.catalina.Container
at Method)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(
Do you have any idea about how to setup the development plant using EasyStruts with Eclipse (Lomboz)/JBoss3.2.1_Tomcat4.1.24/Oracle 9i?
To say simple, I want enable struts facility to my existing application. How To?
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