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From "Aaron Mulder" <>
Subject Re: GBean use and deployment
Date Fri, 14 Jul 2006 20:51:18 GMT
The GBean should implement at least one interface, say
com.example.Foo, which includes all the methods your web app wants to
call on it.

Then you add a block like this to the deployment plan for the web app


That will stick the GBean named YourGbeanInstanceName (e.g. plan has
<gbean name="YourGbeanInstanceName" class=...>) in JNDI for the web
app at java:comp/env/MyGBean (java:comp/env/ plus the <ref-name>
above).  When you access that JNDI location, you'll get something that
implements com.example.Foo (the <ref-type> above), so you can use it
like this:

Foo foo = (Foo)new InitialContext().lookup("java:comp/env/MyGBean");

Make sure that the GBeanInfo for your GBean has a line like
infoFactory.addInterface(com.example.Foo.class); for this to work.


On 7/14/06, <> wrote:
> I have successfully deployed a GBean using a
> deployment plan. I have added a new jar to the
> repository, and I reference the class in the
> deployment plan.
> Now, my question is: How do I access the deployed
> class via the GBean from my web service/application?
> Thanks.
> Tyler
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