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From Sachin Patel <>
Subject Re: Hi , how to starta a gbean , when server starts up
Date Fri, 28 Apr 2006 13:07:12 GMT

Deploying a service is pretty much done just like you are deploying a  
j2ee application.  Provide a jar and a plan for it.  Take a look at  
geronimo-config-1.1.xsd.  Your dependencies to other configurations  
or jars can be defined in there.  Then using the command line  
deployer your can deploy your service.

deployer deploy /path/to/jar /path/to/plan.xml

Also, I've found it helpful to look at the many examples available in  
the configs directory from the root of the source tree.

Hope that helps.

- sachin

On Apr 28, 2006, at 6:59 AM, Man wrote:

> Hi ,
>     I like to clarify few things regarding gbean dependencies here :
>                   I have a gbean , with some dependencies and i  
> need to start it as a independent service when server starts(i  
> don't wanna it to go as a gbean into other's configurations) .
>                  can somebody educate me , how to go about having a  
> gbean started when server starts and where do i mention the  
> dependencies for this gbean.
> With Thanks,

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