Hello Johan

yeah, this is really strange.
The stacktrace of the exception also doesn't have any wicket classes
or any of my own in it.

But I just see that my custom WebSession implements
IRequestCycleFactory - and I don't know why ;) This is still my first
wicket application, so this might be something from the beginning and
error prone?

-- 
greetings from Berlin,

Rüdiger Schulz


Johan Compagner wrote on 19.07.2006 at 14:51:

> What i find strange is that a requestcycle is stored in the session.
> That shouldn't happen you only have a request cycle during a request then it 
> is discarded.
> Can you see what does have a reference to it?


> johan

> On 7/19/06, Rüdiger Schulz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello everbody,

> Sometimes after a redploy of my wicket application, I get the
> following error message:

> 13:41:02,250 ERROR [ManagerBase] IOException while loading persisted
> sessions: java.io.InvalidClassException:
> de.skygate.revisionsdb.web.base.RevisionsRequestCycle; no valid
> constructor
> java.io.InvalidClassException:
> de.skygate.revisionsdb.web.base.RevisionsRequestCycle; no valid
> constructor

> I simply overwrote the default constructor from WebRequestCycle, so I
> think this error message is a little strange.

> But I have a Hibernate Session stored in the RequestCycle object, which is
> not transient. Could that be the problem? Declaring it transient would
> be no problem I think, as I have a lazily-generating accessor anyway.


> --
> greetings from Berlin,

> Rüdiger Schulz


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