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works in tomcat 5 but not in tomcat 5.5

 
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I keep getting the following error when deploying a working JSF app on Tomcat 5.5:

javax.servlet.ServletException: Servlet.init() for servlet Faces Servlet threw exception


The app works just fine in Tomcat 5 and is configured correctly. I develp with JBuilder and run tomcat 5 for testing through JBuilder. Then, when I fire up Tomcat 5.5, it fails. (no port issues, nothing like that) I ma not using shared folder, just the web-inf/lib folder for all the needed api's.

any ideas, I am all out?
 
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I assume that you have tested your app in standalone tomcat5, manually
deploying it.
Am I right?
 
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Somewhere out there should be a complete stack trace. Including the actual exception itself. If it didn't show up in the browser window, look in the $TOMCAT_HOME/logs directory.
 
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Maybe this will help.
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=527577&messageID=2641718
 
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