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Classloading problem on deployment of hbm.xml

 
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hly installed JBoss 5.1 (Java 6) I get a ClassNotFoundException for a class that definitely exists within my war.

The class that can't be found is referenced within the *hbm.xml:



ClassNotFoundException:


Have a look at complete attached jboss startup log!

Output of "jar -tf timetracker.war":



Obviously there are two classloaders. Log indicates that one (timetracker.war classloader) finds the class:



The other one (VFSClassLoaderPolicy classloader) does not find the class.

I am investigating in this problem for a couple of weeks. Please help! I am deploying on a freshly installed jboss AS. The *hbm.xml seams to correct and the war contains the class at the right place. What is wrong? Do I miss some configuration? Why the "VFSClassLoaderPolicy classloader" put his hands in?

 
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Sorry, the first sentence was not completely pasted. Should be:

"When I deploy a war with a *hbm.xml to a freshly installed JBoss 5.1 (Java 6) I get a ClassNotFoundException for a class that definitely exists within my war."

I can't attache the server startup log. The connection gets interrupted always.
 
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