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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: loading gbeans
Date Mon, 24 Oct 2005 06:12:33 GMT

On Oct 23, 2005, at 8:10 PM, Sachin Patel wrote:

>
>
> David Jencks wrote:
>> On Oct 22, 2005, at 7:05 PM, Sachin Patel wrote:
>>> Is there a way to load a "loaded configuration's" gbeans' without 
>>> starting the configuration?  I'm basically wanting query a gbean's 
>>> persistent attribute value on a loaded but not started 
>>> configuration.  Looking through the code the configuration's gbeans 
>>> are loaded only after its containing configuration is started
>>>
>>> kernel.startGBean(configName);
>>> kernel.invoke(configName, "loadGBeans", new Object[] 
>>> {attributeStore}, new String[] 
>>> {ManageableAttributeStore.class.getName()});
>>>
>>> This makes sense, but I'm wondering if there is an alternate way to 
>>> get the gbeans attribute values on an already deployed and 
>>> serialized configuration.
>> I don't think we can do better at this point.  There is no limit on 
>> the complexity of attribute values, and the only restriction other 
>> than serializablitly is that classes used must be loadable by the 
>> configuration's classloader.  This classloader is only available when 
>> the configuration gbean is started.
>> If you're willing to use the kernel methods directly rather than the 
>> methods on ConfigurationManager (I recommend sticking to using the 
>> ConfigurationManager) you could pass your own 
>> ManageableAttributeStore in that gets all the gbean datas and return 
>> an empty list.  This would result in you getting the gbean datas and 
>> no gbeans getting loaded.
>> Why do you want to avoid loading the gbeans?
>
> Well I was looking into the shutdown script a little this weekend and 
> we need to be able to shutdown the correct kernel if multiple server 
> instances are running.  In order to do so we need to get the correct 
> port number from the RMIRegistry gbean in order to be able to connect 
> to and shutdown the correct kernel.  So I launched a temp kernel and 
> loaded the RMINamingConfiguration.  From there, starting that 
> configuration fails since the RMIRegistry gbean's port number is 
> already in use.  So I was looking a way to bypass starting the 
> configuration and to just be able to load that particular gbean and 
> get its "port" attribute.  From there I can put togather the correct 
> uri, create a kernel delegate and shut it down.
>
>
>
>> thanks
>> david jencks
>>>
>>> ???
>>>
>>> Sachin
>>>
>


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