BEA-101362 - [context] could not deserialize the scope scoped attribute with name: "name"

Description:
The classloader changed for the Web application but failed to deserialized the attributes using the new classloader.

Cause:
Classloader changed. When this happens, the old attributes will be deserialized using the new classloader. The classloader can change either as a result of dynamic reload of classes (controlled by weblogic.xml parameter “reload-check-secs” or upon across webapp dispatch (include/forward).

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  1. admin
    March 9th, 2009 at 18:22 | #1

    Make sure the attribute class is available to the Web application scope and the attribute class and all the references it holds are serializable.

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