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Quick reply does not work - java.lang.ClassCastException: java.util.ArrayList

 
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Hi

i have tried integrating jforum with my webapp without SSO mech. Everything works fine except when i click on the quickreply tab
i get the error ( stack trace from the html file source code
java.lang.ClassCastException: java.util.ArrayList



it seems that that the app is not able to get the getparameter fom the webrequestcontext object

any help will be appreciated

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pls .. any help !!
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Details on what you mean the statement below would be helpful. Especially, the "WITHOUT SSO" part.


i have tried integrating jforum with my webapp without SSO mech.



FWIW, this classCastException can occur if the URL contains duplicate parameters. E.g. ?x=2&x=3, which is valid in HTML (radio buttons use this). The URL parser converts them to from a single string value to an ArrayList... but if the code expect a single value then you get this error.

It might also be related to a bug in the code that causes this if the *.page URL is not a valid. See:

http://www.jforum.net/posts/preList/4885/19661.page


[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
 
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