Couple of questions that I have with the install-library command:


·         It shows the option for GroupId.  Is there options for Artifact ID and Version?

·         The way that it installs the jar file, it seems as if the jar file is in the format of <name>-<version>.jar it will install it in the Group/Artifact/Version format in the directory.  Is this assumption correct?  Is this type of format the standard way of naming .jar assemblies?

·         With the deploy command, is there a way to specify how a .jar file is to be deployed using an xml descriptor?  If so, what is the format of the xml?


Thank you for any help you can give me.




From: Kevan Miller []
Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2009 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: Deployment Question



On Apr 9, 2009, at 10:06 AM, Russell Collins wrote:


I was wondering if someone would point tell me how to manually deploy a .jar file or point me to a link that has the instructions.  I can successfully deploy a regular jar file using the console without any problem.  I was wondering how to perform that same operation using and .xml file and the deploy command.  Also, I am not referring to an ear or ejb.jar archive.  It would be a utility archive with classes that can be used by all of the applications on the server.  Any help that you can provide to me would be great.  Thanks.


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