Paul Schuler

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Have not been able to find any .jar files in the /etc directory so it's still a mystery to me why the app is throwing the java.lang.ClassCastException: com.ibm.ws.naming.jndicos.CNContextImpl incompatible with org.omg.CORBA.portable.ObjectImpl error.  If anyone with Unix/AIX experience has any ideas please let me know.  None of the /etc sub-directories and files were deleted only regular files and links in the /etc dir.




5 months ago
Thanks for the replies,

The Webshpere/AIX versions are the same for both systems but they run on separate LPARS so different Websphere JVMs.  Wondering if there is some file encryption in some /etc/* file that is unique to the separate AIX boxes regarding WebSphere.  It's odd only a small part of the application throws the java.lang.ClassCastException error everything else functions normally.  I will see if i can find and search for class CNContextImpl in the .jar files Mikalai referenced.

Thanks I truly am a 'greenhorn' here appreciate the help.
5 months ago
We are running Websphere 8.5 in an AIX 7.1 platform.  We had someone inadvertently delete a bunch of files from the /etc directory in AIX.  We did not have a system backup this is a non-production region.  We restored the deleted files from another non-production system but our websphere app is now throwing the following error in one of the application interfaces:

java.lang.ClassCastException: com.ibm.ws.naming.jndicos.CNContextImpl incompatible with org.omg.CORBA.portable.ObjectImpl

Trying to get of what of what this error means and how to possibly fix it.  Not understanding what file in the /etc or any subdirectory plays a part with Websphere.  Sorry if this is the incorrect forum for this possibly this is more of an AIX question.

Any help much appreciated.
6 months ago