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Hi all,

I am developing/learning jsp/java . I used Tomcat then Resin to test a shopping cart app on my local server.

I deployed it to the remote server after a few changes to relative file paths etc.This worked fine and was running on Lunarpages server for around a week.
Yesterday morning I recived an e-mail stating that my app was affecting other server users sites and had been suspended until I corrected the problem.

The error information sent was unknown element : class-loader.

As I am new to this not sure what the problem could be.... I thought the whole idea of having uniquly named file paths would prevent this . ie
com.mycom.etc. and so prevent one web app interfearing with another on a shared server.
I have mailed Lunarpages asking for more detail on the problem but so far noresponse...

Any guidance would be well recieved.

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