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Which JSF jars2 use javax.servlet.ServletException: org/apache/commons/collections/map/ReferenceMap

 
prash patil
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Hi
I am new to JSF.
In my project I have used JSF and for it I used myfaces-api-1.1.5.jar and myfaces-impl-1.1.5.jar
From Tomcat my application runs ok but
when moved to Weblogic then for first requrest I am getting follwoing excetpion and is is repeated in the logs for many times.

The excetptions in Logs are

[ code] 14 Aug 2009 06:21:22,330 ERROR PSCUI ExecuteThread: '21' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default' Unhandled Exception
javax.servlet.ServletException: org/apache/commons/collections/map/ReferenceMap
at javax.faces.webapp.FacesServlet.service(FacesServlet.java:154)
at com.checkfree.cc.cui.servlet.CustomFacesServlet.service(CustomFacesServlet.java:83) [/code]

Any pointers are greatly appriciated.

Regards,
PP.
 
Tim Holloway
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That's a question that you should ask in the WebLogic forum.

It's possible that you may need to remove the myfaces-impl JAR from your WAR, depending on which version of WebLogic you're using. JEE includes the JSF core implementation as something built into the server (WebLogic). The older J2EE did not, and that's why you have to explicitly include it when running stand-alone Tomcat. Recent JBoss implementations can embed Tomcat, but they supply the JSF implementation as part of the JBoss server, so they, too don't like it when you include the JSF implementation JAR in your WARs
 
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Hi Tim,
Thanks for your reply.

You know any weblogic forum whre i can get answer?

Regards,
PP.
 
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http://www.coderanch.com/forums/f-40/BEA-Weblogic

Of course, you can also go to WebLogic's own website, where they provide extensive forum-based support. I'm not up to date on all the ownership changes - I think they're now part of Oracle - but you should still be able to home in to WebLogic using http://www.bea.com .
 
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