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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: Deploy Problem
Date Wed, 01 Sep 2004 15:27:47 GMT
Send as much as you can to me and I'll look at it.

Ideal would be a maven project I can build
Ear + source is next best
Good is the ear
Probably not enough is all the stack traces.

david jencks

On Sep 1, 2004, at 7:40 AM, Aaron Mulder wrote:

> 	I'm trying to deploy an EAR consisting of a WAR, an EJB JAR, and
> an RA.  The EJB JAR just has an MDB that should be configured to  
> receive
> inbound messages from the RA.
> 	With the M2 release, I am unable to deploy due to a
> DeplyomentException: No plan or WEB-INF/jetty-web.xml found
> (even though my WAR does have a WEB-INF/jetty-web.xml)
> 	With a build I did on Monday, I can deploy successfully, however
> the app does not start up after it's deployed.  If I then restart  
> Geronimo
> and pass the app name on the command line, first the
> org/apache/geronimo/System configuration is started, and them the RMI
> Registry is started and then it goes immediately to "Starting kernel
> shutdown" with no intervening error messages.
> 	The first error I get is after the message that it's stopping my
> EAR configuration, and it's "could not unregister child XZY" followed  
> by
> "InstanceNotFoundException: MBeanServer cannot find MBean with  
> ObjectName
> XYZ" where XYZ is:
> geronimo.server:J2EEApplication=rfid,J2EEModule=rfid- 
> ejbs.jar,J2EEServer=geronimo,j2eeType=ActivationSpec,name=RFIDReader
> Where
>   rfid = my EAR
>   rfid-ejbs.jar = my EJB JAR
>   RFIDReader = my MDB in the EJB JAR
> I'm not sure if the is the root cause of the shutdown (that it can't
> identify an ActivationSpec for the MDB to use), or if this is just the
> shutdown failing (there are about 5 stack traces like this complaining
> that various components can't be shut down -- the RA, the RA module,
> the EAR module, etc.).
> As far as my configuration goes, in my openejb-jar.xml I gave the MDB  
> the
> name of the RA and the class name of the ActivationSpec -- I thought  
> that
> should be enough for it to instantiate an ActivationSpec, apply the
> settings from ejb-jar.xml, and then pass that to the RA to get  
> connected.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated, and I can provide code or DDs if
> that would be helpful.
> Thanks,
> 	Aaron

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