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Works in windows; won't start in Redhat

 
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I am working with modifications to the source to do some single signon trickery with our local active directory setup and have it working in windows. I am using IntelliJ IDEA and have it configured to hit a MySQL database and everything is working. But when I take the deployed results over to the redhat machine in a zip file and unzip it under the tomcat/webapps/jforum directory, all I get is: "SEVERE: Error listenerStart " in the log file. Any ideas from anyone?
[originally posted on jforum.net by Dave Gebhart]
 
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It seems that JForum's listener configured in web.xml is causing some problems.

<listener>
<listener-class>net.jforum.ForumSessionListener</listener-class>
</listener>

My advice is to enable "net.jforum" package detail logging and investigate the information it produces.
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Thanks for the tip. As it turns out the detailed logs showed that there was a class version problem ;) and I checked IntelliJ and it was, indeed set to JDK 1.5 and the runtime environment was 1.4. A quick recompile and all is well. Thanks for helping to preserve my sanity.
[originally posted on jforum.net by Dave Gebhart]
 
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