|Why is commons-logging included in the infocenter WAR file? [message #653177]
||Tue, 08 February 2011 13:30
| Peter Desjardins
Registered: July 2009
Hi. I'm using the Eclipse user assistance system as an infocenter. I'm packaging it as a WAR file according to these instructions (http://bit.ly/gw85YN). The infocenter runs perfectly on Tomcat 6.0 but I'm having trouble with commons-logging when I try to run it with JBoss 4.2.|
I want to know why org.apache.commons.logging_1.0.4.v201005080501.jar is included in the plugins directory of the infocenter WAR file. The application will not run if I remove that file even though JBoss has its own commons-logging JAR in its class path.
I can make the infocenter work on JBoss 4.2 if I explicitly add the latest commons-logging and log4j jar files to the JBoss class path and leave org.apache.commons.logging_1.0.4.v201005080501.jar in the plugins directory of the WAR file.
Is there a better forum for this type of question? Does anyone know why that commons-logging JAR file is packaged in the WAR?
Thanks for your help.
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