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From Bruno Georges <Bruno.Geor...@glencore.com>
Subject Re: Deployment order strategy
Date Fri, 03 Feb 2006 15:36:49 GMT
Laurent
I don't know if tomcat standalone can do this, however,
I would deploy tomcat with Jboss and use jboss deployer where you can choose between different
scheme.
According to jboss doc
implicit behvior is defined by:
Urlcomparator policy
Russian doll policy

Explicit behavior is defined by
Explicitly stating MBean dependencies in MBean definitions

In your case you could use the implicit. Rules prefixdeploymentsorter.
It will be then:
01-File.war, 02-File.war, etc..

Hope this helps.
Bruno Georges

Glencore International AG
Tel. +41 41 709 3204
Fax +41 41 709 3000


----- Original Message -----
From: "LE CALVE, Laurent" [laurent.lecalve@castel.fr]
Sent: 03.02.2006 14:51
To: <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Subject: Deployment order strategy

> I have 3 different .war files to deploy under Tomcat 5.5 
> I deploy under Tomcat (under webapps)  these 3 files with Eclipse 3.2 and the order they
start under Tomcat is very important for me because they communicate between them with WebServices.

> 
> When Tomcat starts, I want that Tomcat deploy and start first file1.war then file2.war
and finally file3.war. 
> 
> At the moment, I don't understand the deployment stategy  of Tomcat. Some time it starts
file1.war and some times file2.war !!! 
> 
> Is there anybody here who have some information about it ? 
> Thanks	 
> 	
> 


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