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From "Martin Strand" <martin.str...@entcap.se>
Subject Re: where to put hivemodule.xml
Date Thu, 14 Sep 2006 13:55:47 GMT
I've got the same problem, but I don't think there is a solution to this. I always produce
the jars and then use mvn jetty:run to run the webapp from where it is (no need to create
a .war)
If you find a solution, please let us know.

On Thu, 14 Sep 2006 15:27:24 +0200, Ed Ross <edross15057@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm just starting a project using tapestry & hivemind and run into my first
> problem
>
> I'm using maven & eclipse to build the project.  This implies several
> smaller projects that are combined.
>
> Example:
>
>     model-project - product a jar
>     doa-project - produces a jar
>     services-project - produce a jar
>     services-imple-project - produce a jar
>
> and a web project
>
>     web-project - produce a war file
>
>
> While in development, rather than produce jar files and a war file, I deploy
> to tomcat with an exploded war (all classes - the four above projects that
> produce jars, are also put in as classes so debug and hot deployment works).
>
> this causes a problem.  If I have a /METE-INF directory in each project with
> a hivemodule.xml file in each, when I deploy, only the last one wins.
>
> If I put the hivemodel into any other directory, the modle is not picked up.
>
> Is there any other location the hivemodle could be deployed?
>
> thanks

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