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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: web app and gbean in the same file
Date Sun, 11 Feb 2007 23:57:31 GMT

On Feb 11, 2007, at 12:01 PM, Clayton Hicklin wrote:

> Okay, thanks, I got that working. However, it appears the gbean and  
> the webapp have to be started and stopped in tandem. This makes  
> sense and I'm assuming this is because they are technically part of  
> the same application. I can't seem to find the gbean in the list of  
> gbeans in the JMX viewer to run doStart() and doStop() against it.  
> Is there any way to start and stop the gbean separately from the  
> webapp when they're packaged this way?

It ought to be there, but it might be hard to spot. I think it will  
only be found under all mbeans/geronimo and it's object name will be  
similar to the object name of the web module (same number of name  
components anyway).  I just checked and some gbeans deployed in this  
way with the console show up the jmx viewer.  It did take me a few  
minutes to find them.

david jencks

> Clayton
> David Jencks wrote:
>> On Feb 10, 2007, at 10:13 PM, Clayton Hicklin wrote:
>>> Is there any way I can package a webapp ("WAR") and a gbean in  
>>> the same jar file and deploy both simultaneously? This would  
>>> really help in terms of development as I could just create one  
>>> Eclipse project with everything I need in it. Can I just add the  
>>> appropriate geronimo deployment descriptors to the jar (geronimo- 
>>> web.xml, geronimo-service.xml) and geronimo will "rip it apart"  
>>> correctly? Thanks in advance!!
>> you need a geronimo-web plan, but you should put the gbean  
>> definitions at the end of it rather than in a separate plan.
>> thanks
>> david jencks
>>> Clayton

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