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From Quintin Beukes <>
Subject Re: Updating Geronimo
Date Mon, 26 Oct 2009 17:38:00 GMT
This is good to know. I was under the impression you had to recompile
the plugins that use the dependency. Clearly it's much easier :>

My confusion of this came in with the config.ser found in the plugin
directories. I noticed that they had the artifacts listed inside of
it. Beyond reading the raw binary I haven't done much research of this
file. What exactly is it, and what are the dependencies listed inside
of it? I never saw a version in there, so I figure it's just the
serialized configuration without the versions? Some plugins for
example list the version of all the artifacts in their plan.xml and
geronimo-plan.xml, but I see no such version in config.ser.

I understand it's not exactly related to this question, but I once had
the same question, which is where these questions of mine originated.

Quintin Beukes

On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Ivan <> wrote:
> Edit the var/config/ should help you, refer to
> 2009/10/26 Russell Collins <>
>> I have a couple of questions about keeping a Geronimo server up to date
>> with current versions of binaries that are included with the server.
>> Example.  I would like to replace the commons-collections library to the
>> most current version.  How would I go about doing this without breaking the
>> server?  Are there any dependency/config files that would need to be updated
>> so that the server would use a different version of the binary?  Please let
>> me know how I would go about doing this.
>> Russell Collins
> --
> Ivan

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