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      • 15. Re: Deploy Order - how?
        Hussein Badakhchani Newbie

        Here's my server log file with debug switched on:

        03:16:09,225 INFO [Server] JBoss (MX MicroKernel) [3.2.3 (build: CVSTag=JBoss_3_2_3 date=200311301
        45)] Started in 12s:668ms
        03:16:24,207 INFO [MainDeployer] Starting deployment of package: file:/C:/jboss-3.2.3/server/defau
        03:16:24,207 DEBUG [MainDeployer] Starting deployment (init step) of package at: file:/C:/jboss-3.2
        03:16:24,207 DEBUG [MainDeployer] using deployer org.jboss.deployment.SARDeployer@12d263f
        03:16:24,207 DEBUG [SARDeployer] about to copy 0 local directories
        03:16:24,207 DEBUG [SARDeployer] looking for nested deployments in : file:/C:/jboss-3.2.3/server/de
        03:16:24,217 DEBUG [LocalJBossServerDomain] handleNotification: javax.management.Notification[sourc
        imeStamp=1083032184217,message=null,userData=org.jboss.deployment.DeploymentInfo@bb32da1f { url=fil
        :/C:/jboss-3.2.3/server/default/deploy/sessionjmxmanager.sar }
        deployer: org.jboss.deployment.SARDeployer@12d263f
        status: null
        state: INIT_DEPLOYER
        watch: file:/C:/jboss-3.2.3/server/default/deploy/sessionjmxmanager.sar
        lastDeployed: 0
        lastModified: 0
        03:16:24,217 DEBUG [DeploymentInfo] createLoaderRepository from config: LoaderRepositoryConfig(repo
        itoryName: JMImplementation:service=LoaderRepository,name=Default, repositoryClassName: null, confi
        ParserClassName: null, repositoryConfig: null)
        03:16:24,217 DEBUG [UnifiedClassLoader] New jmx UCL with url file:/C:/jboss-3.2.3/server/default/tm

        I noteiced other mbeans clearly state their dependcies e.g.

        Depends On Me: jboss.mq:service=Invoker
        ObjectName: jboss.mq:service=SecurityManager
        state: CONFIGURED
        I Depend On: jboss.mq:service=DestinationManager

        So it does look like my dependncies are not being picked up :(

        • 16. Re: Deploy Order - how?
          Raja Master

          Could be a silly try but can you swap the order of module and service in the depends clause. Its different in the jmx-console against the one in ur .xml file. The module and service are swapped. Im not sure if it makes a difference, but maybe worth a try!!

          • 17. Re: Deploy Order - how?
            Hussein Badakhchani Newbie


            At this point nothing is too silly to try! Alas I tried it with no luck.

            Is it possible to tell jboss to deploy from another directory, AFTER the deploy directory (this would make for a workaround). I managed to get jboss to scan anoher directory but it seems to still deploy any sars found in other directories first (damn foiled again).

            By the way I am now willing to cough up £50 for solution to this, not much I know but just as a token gesture!

            Help me!

            • 18. Re: Deploy Order - how?
              Hussein Badakhchani Newbie

              Ok, I have a work around using the PrefixDeploymentSorter.

              I seperated my jmx bean and placed it in a different deploy dir (2deploy)

              From the jboss logfiles I can see everything being deployed from the deploy dir incluing my EAR file. Then the contents of 2deploy are deployed.

              Very cluncky but at least i can get on with some work now. If anyone manages to get a better solution working please tell me. I guess what would be nice is if the depends tags worked, may do, just not for me and my miserable complex deployment :(

              I will certainly get back to this when i get some extra time to see whats going on.

              I will also try naimg my mbean as mbean.sar.last to see if this works.

              • 19. Re: Deploy Order - how?
                jae Master

                try this:

                 <mbean code="com.xensia.jmx.SessionManager"

                as your jboss-service.xml file. this should work w/o issue. the rest of jboss uses dependencies like this and deploys w/o issue. i am not sure if you can depend on a "jar" like that.

                also, what do the contents of your application.xml and jboss-app.xml file look like?

                • 20. Re: Deploy Order - how?
                  brokenjacko Newbie

                  I am coming into this late...but how do you add the using xdoclets?

                  • 21. Re: Deploy Order - how?
                    jae Master


                    "brokenjacko" wrote:
                    I am coming into this late...but how do you add the <depends></depends> using xdoclets?

                    i can't find anything for this on the xdoclet site, so i'm going to guess that it needs to be done w/ a merge file (i'm still relatively new to xdoclet).

                    • 22. Re: Deploy Order - how?


                      "jae77" wrote:
                      "brokenjacko" wrote:
                      I am coming into this late...but how do you add the <depends></depends> using xdoclets?

                      i can't find anything for this on the xdoclet site, so i'm going to guess that it needs to be done w/ a merge file (i'm still relatively new to xdoclet).

                      It's available on the xdoclet CVS (HEAD).

                      @jboss.depends name="ObjectName" at class level.

                      You need either to build jboss module from CVS, or wait the Xdoclet 1.2.1 release (which will be out soon according to the dev list).



                      • 23. Re: Deploy Order - how?
                        jae Master

                        cool - thx for that update!!

                        • 24. Re: Deploy Order - how?
                          Hussein Badakhchani Newbie

                          Hello jae,

                          I tried your suggestion for the jboss-service.xml file but I got exactly the
                          same error as before.

                          I also tried declaring a new dependency on a timer service

                          <mbean code="com.xensia.jmx.SessionManager"

                          My jboss-app.xml


                          The sessionjmxmanager is currently my only MBean

                          My application.xml file is somewhat larger by simply consists of EJB and WEBAPP modules

                          ...loads more modules

                          I also tried changing the file extension of the sar file to .sar.last

                          my logs indicate

                          15:41:51,388 INFO [MainDeployer] deployment waiting for deployer: file:/C:/jboss-3.2.3/server/defau

                          before jboss starts to deploy my ejbs which is promising but my mbean fails to deploy.

                          I accept that the depends tags work for most deployments, thats clear from many other posts (although I am am bit confused about the number of different ways one can declare the dependencies), however I just don't think they work when in my case i.e. Explded EAR file wih MBean dependent on multiple EJBs. It seems I am forced to put my Mbeans in a seperate directory and deploy after my EAR file using the prefix deployer.

                          Has anyone actually got this working in the configuration described above?


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