There are some in the testsuite.
Available through CVS.
Links in the FAQ forum, thread where can I find an
It doesn't seem to work correctly, though. At least I had problems when bundling my .ear with struts.jar and deploying it. I got JSP compilation errors until I copied struts.jar to the lib directory manually.
Did you provide manifest classpath entries pointing to the struts jar in the packages that need it? This is a new requirement in jboss, although it matches the specs.
Yes, I have the regular application.xml:
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a war without any extra manifest data; there's also *no* reference to the application jar file in this archive;
an application jar conting the EJBs and servlets with this manifest:
Created-By: Ant 1.4.1
The layout of my ear looks like
This has been changing lately, I'm not sure of the exact status. Have you tried jboss 3.0 from cvs?
yes this is fixed in latest CVS Branch_3_0
Sorry guys, either it's my incapability to configure my app correctly, or this bug has not been fixed.
Yes, I got the latest 3.0 from CVS; it's been a few seconds ago that I freshly compiled JBoss and installed it; started it, deployed my application... BOOM!
Copied struts.jar to jboss/lib; restarted... works beautifully.
What else can I do?
do you have struts.jar in the WEB-INF/lib directory of your
No. One of the advantages of not having it in the war is that I do not have to deploy struts.jar with every web application I'll have in the ear--and I'll have at least two of them. See also http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2001/07/25/ejb.html for a discussion of this topic.
Hmm, no more opinions? Still got the same problem with 3.0RC3. I'm temporarily adjusting JBoss' classpath:
This is where all my JARs reside. Come on, guys, there has to be a better solution...