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Sun App Server 9 and Sun App Server 8.2

Martin Wong
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Joined: Aug 09, 2006
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Hi Guys,

AnyBody knows what other app server/web server that supports deployment of JSF 1.2 other than SUn App Server?

Recently i installed Java Studio Creator ( bundled with Sun App Server 8.2) and Sun App Server 9 separately.

When i run web apps on Sun App Server 8.2 it works fine.. but it throws exceptions when i run the SAME web apps on Sun App Server 9.
Is Sun App Server 9 supports JSF 1.2?

Below are some of the exceptions i found in server.log



It seems that the classpath is not found??
I put all necessary jar file in WEB-INF/lib already/
By the way.. anyone know how to set System Classpath in Sun App Server.
did it in two way..
1.i edit the domain.xml starting adding the additional jar file in <java-config element
2. i add the additional element in asadmin.bat
3. i use Admin Console---> Application Server--> JVM Setting ---> Path Setting and start adding the jar files

Which one is the correct way? because it seems my classpath adding is not working as after i restart the server .. the exceptions it still there
"cannot instantiate the class"
ANy idea??

Thanks In Advance..
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