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From Edson Carlos Ericksson Richter <>
Subject Re: JMS Resources under web-app
Date Mon, 23 Jan 2006 11:47:30 GMT
I'm almost lost.

I've created a EAR project on Eclipse using Geronimo plugin. Everything 
is fine. I added my web app as part of this EAR. I managed to get EAR 
deployed and app run (JDBC working, security auth working), all as if I 
deployed the original WAR.

I added a jms-resource-plan.xml on root of EAR (EarContent folder under 
Eclipse), and no errors was shown when deploy. As content for 
jms-resource-plan.xml, I used sample on Aaron Mulder book.

But when I open Console, my jms connection factory don't appear, neither 
Queue or Topics.

I think I missed something.

Someone could point what is the structure for EAR? More preciselly, 
where to put what?
And if some reference between several .xml files are needed, who they are?

There is a step-by-step or a how-to for JMS under Geronimo that I could 
follow just to test and learn? Sorry, but Aaron book goes to deep into 
Geronimo internals, that make things confuse to developer who whises 
just to develop a simple sender-receiver jms tests...



David Jencks escreveu:

> On Jan 22, 2006, at 9:43 AM, Edson Carlos Ericksson Richter wrote:
>> Is possible to create JMS resources directly in geronimo-web.xml or  
>> is needed to create them as separate RAR, and then connect inside  
>> geronimo-web.xml?
> you need to use a separate jms plan.  One convenient way to deploy  
> both your war and the jms resources together is to use what I call a  
> "synthetic ear" which is basically a geronimo-application.xml plan  
> that includes the geronimo-web and geronimo-resource plans as  
> "external" modules.  There's an example in configs/uddi-tomcat where  
> a web app and database are combined.
> thanks
> david jencks
>> Tkx,
>> Richter

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