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Generally you won’t find any problem setting up Wicket on Websphere 5 using WicketFilter. But there are some situation where you just can’t use WicketFilter. One case of that is if you integrate Wicket with Spring, then you’re in trouble. Why?

  1. ContextLoaderListener doesnt’ work on Websphere 5 which is another darkside of Websphere because Servlet 2.3 spec already support listener and it should work on any container.
  2. That means you need to use ContextLoaderServlet.

Is that it?
No. You’re still on another problem. Read the rest of this entry »