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Why Setting classloader policy

 
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Hi,

Can anyone explain me why do we need to change classloader policy for WAS5.0?

When i checked in IBM website it says the following.
"WebSphere Application Server Version 4.0.x had a server-wide configuration setting called Module Visibility Mode.
For Version 5.0 and later, you use application or WAR class-loader policies instead of module visibility modes. The Version 5.x policies provide additional flexibility because you can configure applications running in a server for an application class-loader policy of Single or Multiple and for a WAR class-loader policy of Module or Application."

Can someone explain more about this? Or if you have any pdf or website which has info abt it pls tell me.

Thanks in advance
Babitha.S
 
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