Hi

Disabling container handling is done through
conf/conf.d/cxf[-rs].properties and disabled properties set to true.

In term of classloading you can set
openejb.classloader.forced-load=org.apache.cxf

Le 19 oct. 2016 02:20, "Lowe_Shi" <socke...@126.com> a écrit :
>
> Hi, Below is list of framework versions used by my web application.
> Spring 3.0.6
> Struts 2.3.16
> Hibernate 3
> *CXF 2.6.16*
>
> We are using TomEEPlus (+) 7.0.1 which comes with CXF-3.1.6 jars. When
> accessing the application, it sometimes works as it relies on web
> applications WEB-INF/lib where CXF-2.6.16 jars are present. But it fails
> when it refers to 3.1.6 provided by container.
>
> Upgrading to 3.1.6 is not an option as i need to upgrade Spring 4,
Hibernate
> 4. We are restricted by the fact that we use Struts 2 and Tiles 2. There
are
> many changes involved. Hence the lift is too big for it.
>
> I am looking whether it is possible to:
> 1. Disable (or Remove) TomEEPlus CXF-3.1.6 jars so that requests always
> depend on WEB-INF/lib jars provided by application.
> 2. Any settings in any TomEEPlus properties or somewhere else to achieve
the
> same
>
> Thanks
>
>
>
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