|Simple WAR (VAADIN) problem [message #739448]
||Mon, 17 October 2011 09:46
| David Heinecke
Registered: October 2011
I am having trouble getting a very simple VAADIN-powered servlet running. I created a simple standard WAR file that embeds VAADIN 6.7.0 in the /lib directory. The WAR deploys and runs fine on tomcat (7.0.22). When I drop this same WAR file on VIRGO 3.0.1, the log says that it deploys just fine to /Test context. When I try to hit it in a browser, I get a 500 error that is due to a CNF exception.
I have verified that the offending class is in the embedded VAADIN jar, and since it is a standard WAR (not a shared-lib WAR), I thought that Virgo was supposed to be able to handle it? I also noticed that the VAADIN jar has an OSGi manifest, so I thought perhaps that Virgo notices it and won't allow it to be deployed in a standard WAR? There are plenty of web pages that show how to make VAADIN work as a shared-lib Web Bundle, but I thought by starting as a standard WAR (with no OSgi-ification) would be easier.
At this point I am more interested in learning why it won't work than just simply getting it to work.
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