[jboss-user] [Installation, Configuration & DEPLOYMENT] - Re: make sure my hibernate config in jboss remains the same?

jaikiran do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Aug 17 00:02:51 EDT 2009

"Elhanan" wrote : that's what i thought at first, but when i placed the one in jboss-app i saw additional required jars (NoClassDefFound) 
When configuring classloading, you should package the right "set" of jars. So if you are trying to package your own version of hibernate, you should be sure that you package the correct versions of hibernate "dependencies" too. Not doing so can lead to some classes being picked up from the server's library and those classes may be of a different version. All this can lead to classloading issues like NoClassDefFoundError.

"Elhanan" wrote : 
  | once i removed all jars (and there half of them) can i be sure i would no longer have differences in was ? 
I assume, was = WebSphere Application Server? Ideally you shouldn't have any issues, but it again depends on how you configure classloading there. Remember, jboss-app.xml will be of no use there. You will have to go through their configuration guide to see how classloading isolation can be achieved.

"Elhanan" wrote : 
  | also dont' know if this is the right place can you tell me what's the diiffence between javaasists and cglib from hibernate's point of view? (meaning if changing one, effects hibernate in functionality level.
Hibernate user forum would be a better place https://forum.hibernate.org/viewforum.php?f=1

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