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POM file dependencies for WilfFly 8 throw a runtime exception

 
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Hello, everybody. I have another issue I need help with. We've recently converted from JBoss to Wildfly 8. Currently I'm trying to build an ear file in order to deploy it to Wildfly 8. It builds and deploys fine, but when I'm using an uploader, which is a part of the application, it gives me the following exception:



Looks like it's complaining about commons-logging jar, which I included as a dependency (I tried marking it as provided, but to no avail). Here's my pom.xml file, to give a better picture. Thanks in advance.

 
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What went wrong when you marked it as provided? You may have to include module "org.apache.commons.logging" in your jboss-deployment-structure.xml file though.
 
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I was using flash uploader on the app, deployed using the pom file I've posted here. When I'm trying to upload a file, that's when the exception is thrown in the log file. I've tried adding logging to jboss-deployment-structure, now I'm getting this exception (axis.jar is included in my ear file):


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