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From Gianny Damour <>
Subject Re: Help with Geronimo EJB Clustering
Date Wed, 04 Feb 2009 11:40:20 GMT
Hi Hai-Dang,

This is weird. if you have an element


in your geronimo-openejb.xml plan and if you can successfully  
distribute the EJB module then this means that the config


is installed and up-and-running - otherwise you would not have been  
able to distribute the module as an error would have been reported.

Clustered EJB module should have


as a parent module.

Anyway, I just checked the sample with the latest Geronimo version  
and I can tell you that the WADI clustering integration is currently  
broken. It is unlikely that it will be fixed in the near future as I  
am working on an OpenJPA distributed caching implementation. You may  
want to check on the OpenEJB user list, users at openejb dot apache  
dot org, whether or not they have an alternate EJB clustering  
solution which can be easily enabled w/i Geronimo.


On 04/02/2009, at 7:30 AM, Hai-Dang Pham wrote:

> Hi,
>    I am trying to run an EJB clustering example as described at
> clustering.html.
> Each time I deploy my ejb.jar file the WADI clustering is not  
> enable (e.g.
> it is not a dependency of my ejb.jar as listed using Geronimo Console
> Dependency viewer).
> I am pretty sure I have an assembling issue.  I don't know how to tell
> Geronimo A/S that my ejb.jar requires openejb-clustering-wadi  
> module.  I
> have added a geronimo-opejnejb.xml as described in the link.  Do I  
> have to
> add an ejb-jar.xml? an openejb-jar.xml?  an application.xml? If so  
> what
> should those files look like?  Can somebody help me out?
> Tx,
> Hai-Dang
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