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From Guillaume Nodet <...@codehaus.org>
Subject Re: Packaging GBeans and dependencies
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2005 15:14:48 GMT
I found the problem and fixed it.
I will raise a jira and submit a patch as soon as i have tested it.

Guillaume

Guillaume Nodet wrote:

> Thanks for this reply.
> I'm trying to use the geronimo.include property in my project.xml to 
> include jars in the
> car file.  The effect is to add an entry named "jar" in the car which 
> is the dependency,
> but when i try to add several includes, only one is kept.  I think 
> there is a problem with the name
> of the jar entry.
> I have searched all xml files for the "geronimo.include" string, but 
> found it nowhere.
> Do I have to specify something else ? Or if this is a bug, can someone 
> roughly point me where to
> look at ?
>
> Cheers,
> Guillaume Nodet
>
>
> David Jencks wrote:
>
>>
>> On Dec 6, 2005, at 1:07 AM, Guillaume Nodet wrote:
>>
>>> I'm looking for a way to package a set of gbeans with its 
>>> dependencies, and have not found any so far.
>>> From what i understand, the configuration can refer to jars (with 
>>> the dependency tag) that are stored in
>>> the repository, but i have not found any way for these jars to be 
>>> added at deployment time,
>>> or to refer to jars that would be deployed with the configuration 
>>> (and not refering to the repository).
>>>
>>> My main goal is to be able to deploy the whole configuration 
>>> (including the dependencies) in a
>>> single command using the deployer and to avoid manually copying all 
>>> the dependencies to the repository.
>>>
>>> I'm quite sure i have missed something.  Can someone please tell me 
>>> the best way to achieve this ?
>>
>>
>>
>> If you are using maven 1, perhaps the packaging and assembly plugins 
>> will work for you.  With the packaging plugin, you can specify the 
>> dependencies in your project.xml file and they get inserted into the 
>> plan before deployment.  It puts the car file into your local maven 
>> repo.  The assembly plugin installs a car file from the maven repo 
>> into a geronimo server, and also copies all the dependencies into the 
>> server's repository.  I'm working on command line versions of these 
>> tools, although I'm not sure how soon they will be usable.
>>
>> Another possibility is to use the "include" option which copies the 
>> contents of all the dependencies so marked into the car file.  This 
>> may be what you want but is AFAIK 100% untested.
>>
>> For examples of how to do this stuff look in the configs and 
>> assemblies directories.  This is how the server will be built in the 
>> near future.
>>
>> thanks
>> david jencks
>>
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Guillaume Nodet
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
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