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From Jeff Genender <>
Subject Re: celtix-geronimo integration redux
Date Thu, 06 Apr 2006 16:31:30 GMT
Forgot to answer your other question.

I don't know if you can change the class of a current named bean.  Dain
or David Jencks may be able to answer that.

But I *think*, you can shut off the gbean as I explained in my last
email, then redeclare it in the config.xml.

Here is an example of a new ConnectorGBean that is declared in the
Tomcat configuration section of the config.xml:

      <attribute name="protocol">HTTP</attribute>
      <attribute name="host"></attribute>
      <attribute name="port">9090</attribute>
      <attribute name="name">MyNewHTTPListener</attribute>
      <reference name="TomcatContainer">


I am sure the others may be able to tweak this, but this should be in
the right general direction.


Conrad O'Dea wrote:
> Hi there,
> Right now I've got to the stage where I can, with a bit of tweaking of
> the config.xml, deploy Celtix to Geronimo and have it handle Web Service
> deployments.  This is on 1.2 where the deployers for wars, ejb jars and
> webservices are all separate so it's pretty straightforward to change
> configuration so that a Celtix deployer is used.  Thanks for the help in
> making that work.
> 1.0/1.1 is another story, though.  Here, the j2ee-deployer directly
> configures the GBeans it uses for deploying web services etc.  I've
> tried overriding the class for the WebServiceBuilder in the config.xml
> but it is ignored.  In fact as the server is starting the config.xml is
> overwritten and my change is erased.
> In the config.xml, should be possible to change the name of the class
> that implements a particular GBean? Can I prevent a GBean from being
> loaded?
> thanks
> Conrad

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