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Help needed in setting Application class loader policy

Markis
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Joined: Jun 04, 2007
Posts: 4
Hi,

I have an enterprise application which has 2 ejb & 2 web modules. I need the application to hav a Single class loader. I am achieving this by manually changing the Class loading policy in Websphere [6.1] admin console.

Wanted to know is there any way to set this option in on of the deployment descriptors so that there wouldn't be any need for manual changing of this option?

Also, if you can point to same info for most application servers that would be great.
Any help in this regard would be much appreciated.

Regards,
Markis
Scott Selikoff
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"Markis",

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Rejeev Divakaran
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Joined: Aug 12, 2007
Posts: 27
Weblogic Server has tag in it's deployment descriptors (weblogic-application.xml) for this. Tag name is [classloader-structure]
Pramati Application Server is also having similar tags. Not sure about others.


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