BeanShell with Weblogic
Upgrading BeanShell in Weblogic 6.x
Weblogic's app server 6.1+ comes bundled with version 1.01 of BeanShell.
This causes two problems - first, it is seriously out of date and second it
interferes with the ability to use BeanShell in your own apps.
If you wish to upgrade your Weblogic 6.1 to use the latest BeanShell and use
it in your apps, grab a newer version of BeanShell (at least bsh-1.2b4.jar
or greater) and place it in the server classpath prior to the weblogic.jar
file. Note that including a
newer BeanShell JAR inside your WAR or EAR file will not work,
as the classpath gives priority to the system classpath.
On a Unix system you can do this in the
startWeblogic.sh command under the appropriate domain directory.
For example, in the default configuration the file would be:
You can add the JAR to the path like this: