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Strange problem - works on maven glassfish but not on Tomcat  RSS feed

 
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Hello,

I am quite new to tomcat and webapp. I have a project that implements wsdl2java with axis2. When compile it by mvn install command, the project compiles and it undergoes a test process. As far as I understand during the test a glassfish server is launched and the project is deployed. The test are passed (no errors, the application produces the expected results). However when I take the war file and deploy it on tomcat my application has some problems with handling a POST request that takes a multipart. The methods looks like that:

The tomcat error is the following:

As I wrote before everything works in glassfish test environment. The Tomcat crashes. I try to access the server with a java client or even a simple html post form - all with the same results. I guess It has something to do with adding axis2 framework since this problem did not occur before adding it.

Can any one help?
 
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Hi!
Could it be this line:

It looks like it uses a class from Jersey - is this compatible with Axis?
Best wishes!
 
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Thank for the notice but I guess it goes deeper into axis problems. First I just skipped the Multipart handling part of the code and just launched axis and it also does not work but the error is different. Then I have put the axis code into a simple @GET method (so in fact no multipart issue) and again the same problem. The error is the following now:

 
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Can anyone contribute?? I also thought it would be a good ide to psot the pom.xml file

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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