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How to upgrade wsad 5.0 to wsad 5.1.1

 
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Please help I have to run Spring inside WSAD 5.0 I am getting
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.springframework.web.context.support.XmlWebApplicationContext
Error

Please can you help me will it work or should I have to upgrade t wsad 5.1.1. Please can you provide me links.

Thanks
 
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Looks like a standard classpath error, so I don't think upgrading WSAD will change things. Check your runtime classpath for your Web project.
 
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Could be a classloader issue. I had plenty of those with WSAD, IRAD and open source projects like cocoon.

Sometimes switching a classloader configuration from parent first to parent last can help. It's dangerous though.

Here's a link to everything you ever wanted to know about WebSphere Classloaders but were afraid to ask. Applied to WebSphere 5 and 6.

http://www.technicalfacilitation.com/get.php?link=classloading

Regards,

-Cameron
 
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