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From "n. alex rupp" <>
Subject Re: how does one configure a new service?
Date Mon, 15 Sep 2003 20:53:00 GMT
IM Transcript from conversation with Jeremy follows, explaining service

n_alex_rupp: May I ask a question?
jeremyboynes: sure
n_alex_rupp: Are Dain and you working on service deployment documentation?
n_alex_rupp: Or service configuration docs?
jeremyboynes: I am not
n_alex_rupp: He mentioned something about it a few weeks ago.
n_alex_rupp: I'd like to deploy something I'm working on as a service.
Where can I look for ideas on how to do that?
n_alex_rupp: I just need a shove in the right direction ; )
jeremyboynes: there is a basic -service.xml file in core/src/conf
jeremyboynes: and there should be an XSD for it in the schema directory
n_alex_rupp: sweet.
n_alex_rupp: Do I pack it up as a .sar, like we used to?
jeremyboynes: you can do it bare
n_alex_rupp: or must it be done through maven?
jeremyboynes: or as an unpacked sar
n_alex_rupp: great.
jeremyboynes: and drop in the deploy driectory
n_alex_rupp: will do.  thank you ; )
jeremyboynes: or deploy the URL using the console

Thanks, Jeremy,
N. Alex Rupp (

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "n. alex rupp" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 3:13 PM
Subject: how does one configure a new service?

> I'm looking to deploy a service in Geronimo.  How do I configure this?  In
> JBoss there were .sar files with service.xml descriptor files.  Is there
> equivalent or an analog for Geronimo?
> I don't need a step-by-step guide on how to do this, just some ideas on
> where to begin.  If there's no documentation on the matter, I'll be happy
> compile my notes once I'm done.
> Thanks,
> --
> N. Alex  Rupp (

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