EJB design: Spring configuration files in Eclipse and Tomcat

  1. Spring configuration files in Eclipse and Tomcat (6 messages)

    Hi, I am trying to deploy a web application on Eclipse 3.3.0 with Tomcat 6.0. The web application contains spring configurations file which is loaded in "WebContent/WEB-INF/spring-configuration" folder. After integrating everything and starting the server, I am getting following error: SpringConfigurationException: Neither the filename nor 'suffixed' filename could be found in the classpath timestamp: 2007-09-07 03:51:24.303 PM IST (1189160484303) supplied filename: /WEB-INF/spring-configuration/main.xml suffixed filename with hyphen: /WEB-INF/spring-configuration/main-Local.xml suffixed filename without hyphen: /WEB-INF/spring-configuration/mainLocal.xml ClassLoader toString(): WebappClassLoader delegate: false repositories: /WEB-INF/classes/ ----------> Parent Classloader: org.apache.catalina.loader.StandardClassLoader@665753 main-Local.xml is a config file which exists in spring-configuration. I suspect that it is unable to find mainLocal.xml. but what sthe work around for it. Can anyone tell me what is wrong here and what are the possible solutions i can implement. I have put all the required jar files in web-inf lib folder as well as lib folder of tomcat directory. Please help.
  2. If I remember correctly, you should rename it to: mainLocal-servlet.xml And in your DispatcherServlet should have mentioned that as your entry file.
  3. I did this but does not work. The same workspace is working fine if I use IBM RAD6.0. As soon as i try to do things on Eclipse and Tomcat then the problem starts.
  4. I analysed the problem and found that there is some problem with the class loader. As tomcat have 4 types of classloader in which /WEB-INF/classes is one of them. The required file is placed in /WEB-INF/spring-configuration and for this a classloader like "/WEB-INF/" is required so that it could found its child folders. My question is that how can we set an another classloader = "WEB-INF/" .
  5. Finally I fixed this. I had to set localclasspath in Eclipse. I did it using the Run dialogue and creating the desired folder path in the classpath tab. I rebuild and restart the server and the problem had gone. Thanks everyone put their efforts in it.
  6. Facing same problem[ Go to top ]

    Hi Vishal, Can you please elaborate more about fix you did. here i am trying to deploy the application in Tomcat 5.0 directly. i am getting similar error while startup.
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