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There is no Action mapped for namespace ... and action name ...

Currently I have the problem, that it seems that two of my plugins interfere with each other. If I activate one xwork module in the first plugin a second gets "disabled" and shows a error like that...

2015-07-06 16:43:25,188 ERROR [http-8443-exec-10] [atlassian.confluence.servlet.
ConfluenceServletDispatcher] serviceAction There is no Action mapped for namespace
/plugins/diaplugin and action name redirect

 ...when trying to access the action. If I disable and reenable the non-working-xwork module, all is ok for this module, but now the other module shows the error. I think there must be a problem in the xwork module definition...

plugin 1

<xwork key="">
    <package name="actions" extends="default" namespace="/plugins/DUMMYNAME">
        <default-interceptor-ref name="defaultStack" />
        <action name="feedback" class="" method="feedback">
            <result name="success" type="velocity">/Actions.vm</result>
            <result name="html_result" type="velocity">/HtmlResult.vm</result>

plugin 2

<xwork name="actions" key="de.DUMMYNAME.confluence.plugins.actions">
    <package name="actions" extends="default" namespace="/plugins/diaplugin">
        <default-interceptor-ref name="defaultStack"/>
        <action name="redirect" class="de.DUMMYNAME.confluence.plugins.actions" method="redirect">
            <result name="success" type="redirect">${redirect}</result>
        <action name="markasunread" class="de.DUMMYNAME.confluence.plugins.actions" method="markAsUnread">
            <result name="success" type="velocity">/templates/actions.vm</result>
            <result name="error" type="velocity">/templates/actions.vm</result>


Is it a problem that the package names are equal? In my optinion names are not used to identify things there are keys for?

P.S.: I know the page, it does not help.


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surprisingly the package name needs to be unique, I changed it in the first (newer) plugin and the problem was solved.

<package name="" extends="default" namespace="/plugins/DUMMYNAME">

I think it's the package names. Try using different names for each package and see if it works.

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