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From Romain Manni-Bucau <rmannibu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: NoModulesFoundException - Problem
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2012 14:24:32 GMT
Hi,

are you sure your uber jar is correct?

which parameters do you give to EJBContainer (String, File, you use auto
classpath discovery...)?

- Romain


2012/8/1 snblim <snblim@gmail.com>

> Hi forum,
>
> we're using OpenEJB in a project with multiple modules. These modules have
> access to different databases. The projects/modules relations work in a
> tree
> hierarchy and the
> root module triggers its childs and so on. We're using no server. We need
> an
> application that is going to be triggered with cron.
>
> Everything works perfectly fine when running the project in eclipse. The
> problem appears after exporting the project. We use the OpenEJB directory
> layout (and libraries) that is
> meant to be used for the standalone server - only without a server.
>
> We export all project (aka modules) to single jars. The modules that act as
> libraries are included to lib/ and the root-module with the main method is
> put in apps/.
>
> Than we use the following script (see 1.) to load all libraries into the
> context and
> to start the application (passing all parameters that are used in the
> eclipse run configuration). The EJBContainer is being loaded but the
> process
> ends because of missing/invalid modules (see log 2.).
>
> We cannot use the eclipse-function 'Export Runnable Jar' because our
> testing-environment is included that way - for that reason we are trying to
> 'filter' everything unnecessary.
>
> I didn't post any code because I don't think it's a source-code problem
> (else the problem would appear when starting from the IDE, right?). But
> I'll post anything if it is necessary!
>
> Thank you really a lot for taking your time - we're stucked with this issue
> for quite a while now :-(
> Cheers
>
> The above referenced snippets:
> (Some paths or names may appear strange. This xy-censoring is necessary
> because of our policies.)
>
> 1.
>
>
> 2. (I filtered some of the 'healthy' looking INFO-lines. Here you can find
> the complete log: http://pastebin.com/Kyz8jxcV)
>
>
>
>
>
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