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From Clayton Hicklin <chick...@mutiger.homeip.net>
Subject Re: GBean tutorial
Date Wed, 31 Jan 2007 14:03:11 GMT
Thanks to Kanchana and Lasantha.  That helps a lot.

Kanchana Welagedara wrote:
> hi Clayton
>
> Following links will helps to dig in to Geronimo Gbeans and it's 
> serveraly Gbean implementations inside geronimo.
> http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDEV/gbeans.html 
> <http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDEV/gbeans.html>
>
> and
> http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDEV/gbeansarticle1.html
>
> cheers
> Kanchana
>
> On 1/30/07, * Clayton Hicklin* <chicklin@mutiger.homeip.net 
> <mailto:chicklin@mutiger.homeip.net>> wrote:
>
>     Can someone post or point me to a good tutorial on how to write a
>     simple
>     service GBean?  I've looked through the mailing list as well as the
>     GBean info on the website, and I can't really find a good, clear
>     description on how to write, package and deploy a service GBean.
>
>     Basically, what I'm trying to do is incorporate a service into
>     Geronimo
>     as a module (kind of like Tomcat or the ApacheDS module).  I
>     understand
>     how to write the GBean itself, implementing GBeanLifecycle, doStart,
>     doStop, doFail, etc.  What I'm not clear on is how to construct the
>     maven environment around it (src and target directories, the
>     various XML
>     files needed) and how to incorporate this into the overall Geronimo
>     build system so that I can just type "mvn install" in the root
>     directory
>     and have it build my GBean alongside all the others.  Any pointers?
>
>     p.s. -> I'm currently attempting this with G1.2, but would like to
>     know
>     how to do it in 2.0-Mx, as well, if it's different.
>
>     Thanks in advance!!!
>
>



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