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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: Newbie problem with Geronimo 2.1.3
Date Thu, 05 Mar 2009 17:15:14 GMT

On Mar 5, 2009, at 8:24 AM, Ricardo Peironcely wrote:

> I've found my error, but i don't know how to solve it.
> I'm working with eclipse geronimo adapter. And when I define the
> modules in geronimo-application.xml i wrote:
>    <app:module>
>        <app:web>PruebaGeronimoWeb.war</app:web>
>        <app:alt-dd>PruebaGeronimoWeb.war</app:alt-dd>
>    </app:module>
>    <app:module>
>        <app:jar>PruebaGeronimoEjb.ejb</app:jar>
>        <app:alt-dd>PruebaGeronimoEjb.jar</app:alt-dd>
>    </app:module>
> The error raises when try to open the jar file as an xml because is
> referenced by the <alt-dd> tag.
> But I don't know what write in this <alt-dd> tag. Must I create any
> new file in the EAR package? Is not enough with the openejb-jar.xml
> from EJB jar and geronimo-web.xml from WAR?

- if you have individual module plans (openejb-jar.xml and geronimo- 
web.xml) in the modules you should be able to completely leave out  
both app:module elements

- I prefer to have all my geronimo configuration in one place.  In  
this case you would put the content of the module plans inside the  
app:module elements in place of the app:alt-dd element.  I actually  
prefer to keep this single plan outside my ear file but this is  
certainly not necessary.

david jencks
> Best regards and thanks.
> Ricardo Peironcely
> 2009/3/4 Kevan Miller <>:
>> On Mar 4, 2009, at 3:25 PM, Ricardo Peironcely wrote:
>>> Hello all!!
>>> I've a problem with a very simple application.
>>> I've developed an war with a simple JSP that uses a simple method  
>>> in a
>>> class of the same project. This class invoques a Stateless 3.0 EJB
>>> that always return hello world. The application is packed in an EAR.
>>> When I try to deply this app in Geronimo 2.1.3 with the "Deploy New"
>>> option in the console, always get the same error:
>> That's certainly not a very helpful error message. Can you tell us  
>> what's in
>> your EAR file? Or, can you share your EAR file with us?
>> --kevan

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