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Im using weblogic 8.1 and JDK 1.4,Im using xmlbeans in my application , when i deploy my application in weblogic i got NO class FOund error,the class missing was QName.class , xbean.jar in xmlbeans has QName.class but when depoying in webogic it was seeing theQname.class from weblogic.jar rather than xbeans.jar weblogic.jar has older version of Qname.class Both have the same package name.
Im not allowed to change anything in weblogic part.
i have tried putting my application jars before weblogic related jars in build.xml but no use it was again using weblogic.jar QName
Also tried prefer wen-inf-class in application.xml no use.
how can i make my application to see my xbean.jar for Qname.class when deploying
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