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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?
- 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.
- That means you need to use ContextLoaderServlet.
Is that it?
No. You’re still on another problem. Read the rest of this entry »