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Subject Re: Start-up classes
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2005 20:04:14 GMT
Can I use dependencies to control deployment order, perhaps?

Aaron Mulder <>
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11/23/2005 11:57 AM
Please respond to user

        Subject:        Re: Start-up classes

You can use a GBean to run code during the application startup, but
I'm not sure off the top of my head whether that will necessarily be
run before EJBs become available to clients.


On 11/23/05,
<> wrote:
> I am migrating an application from WebLogic to Geronimo. It consists of 
> but it also has a "startup" class,
> meaning a class whose main() method has to be invoked before the ejbs 
> deployed. Unfortunately this class
> performs a huge initialization procedure during class initialization, 
and it
> really has to be done before anything else.
> In WLS there is a <startup> tag in config.xml, and a similar tag in
> weblogic-application.xml. To do the same in Geronimo
> I am guessing that I can declare a <gbean> inside 
> Is that correct?
> Thanks
> Guglielmo
> P.S. Your server looks very clean. Thanks for all the work.


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