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Which version of JSF supported by Weblogic 8.1 SP6

 
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Hi All,
In one of my project I am using JSF 1.1.5 with Web Logic 8.1 SP6. I am getting below exception, when I hit the application first time. After that application is working as expected.
And the same application works on Tomcat 5 smoothly;no exception at all.


Exception:

Code:




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org/apache/commons/collections/map/ReferenceMap



Noclass found ?

The error is not very informative
 
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The Full stack trace is
 
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Try placing commons collection in the class path. Or you can set a break point at the line where this error occurs and use the Display window in eclipse to load the offending class with Class.forName(). That will verify if the problem is due to a ClassNotFoundException
 
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Thanks Deepak!
I thing I got the problem.
My collections jar does not have any package like org/apache/commons/collections/map/ReferenceMap
but common-collections-3.1.jar do have..

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PP
 
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