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JSF application with Tomcat and JBoss.

chhatrapathy srii

Joined: Sep 11, 2008
Posts: 1

I have deployed a JSF application (say App1) in Tomcat and it's working fine.
But if I deploy the same application (App1) I got some error. So I removed jsf*.jar and servlet.jar files in the App1.war file and deployed the same in Jboss, so it also worked fine.

Now I have another application (say App2). I followed the same procedure. It's working in Tomcat and not working in JBoss. It's giving java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError. Any idea?

Please help me.
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