This is not a technical term of any kind. The word "offending" can mean something like "guilty" in English; "the offending classes" could mean "the classes that are to blame for the problem" or "the classes that have something wrong with them." Did someone use this phrase in a discussion here, or in an article? Can you link to where you saw this phrase?
actually i was migrating my application from tomcat 5.x to tomcat 6.x and i was getting the offending classes error but i wasn't able to pinpoint the position than because it was to urgent i got the solution to put the loader property in context.xml and i done that.
Now i know what i did but didn't understood why that was happening that way. [ January 28, 2008: Message edited by: subodh gupta ]
The term doesn't mean anything to me either. If you ever see the error again, I recommend you copy the exact error message, including the stack trace. Then we might have a better chance of determining what it means.
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while i was trying to regenerate the problem i got the following error can you tell me how to get rid of this.
Jim Yingst wrote:The term doesn't mean anything to me either. If you ever see the error again, I recommend you copy the exact error message, including the stack trace. Then we might have a better chance of determining what it means.
just had this message 'cause i deployed a webapp containing the file j2ee.jar ... which is obviously wrong! ;)
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