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EAR Classloader

I'm currently using NetWeaver 04' SP11.

I was wondering if someone could tell me if the EAR level classloader is Parent-First or Application-First. Is there a way I can specify which one I would like to use in my application?

In particular, I'm running into a problem where there is a conflict with the javax soap classes. J2EEStandard has a dependency on ejb which has a dependency on webservices. The webservices library uses the 1.1 version of SAAJ. Unfortunately, Apache AXIS 1.2 uses the 1.2 version of SAAJ. When I try to access the AXIS servlet, I get a IncompatibleClassChangeError, which leads me to believe that I'm picking up the 1.1 version, when I want to pick up the 1.2 version.

Thanks,

Anil

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2005 at 07:39 PM

    Anyone?

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2005 at 09:09 AM

    Hi all,

    The ear classloader is parent-first(transitive), next references(non-transitive), then self

    I am deployment specialist, not webservices, but for me the question is why would you want to use another SOAP implementation that differs from the one, provided by the engine? How would that affect the interoperability with other applications using different implementation?

    Best Regards,

    Georgi

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