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You're right, I should post some version compatibility info.
e.g. JBossAS 4.2.3 --> SpringDeployer 2.1
I'll do it asap, but anyway, thanks for warning me about the confusion. :-)
I am trying to understand how this thing works, my first basic doubt is:
What files should I downloadl:
- I will be using JBoss 4.2.3, Spring 2.5.6
- It's not clear for me what version of SpringDeployer should I download
You should dl this one: SpringDeployer 2.1, jboss-spring-jdk5-2.5.jar
The second question is:
If the version I download does not contain a .deployer distribution how do I deploy it to Jboss
The .deployer distribution doesn't change for major versions.
It's just META-INF/jboss-service.xml; deployer description
and jboss-spring.jar and of course spring.jar.
Download one of the full .deployer distros, and just change jboss-spring.jar.
As you can see, 2.1 has two versions of it, since 2.0.8 and 2.5.x Spring are not fully compatible wrt SpringDeployer.
The third question is:
If I need to change spring version, it is enough just changing the jars
(of course not major versions, just for example 2.5.6, 2.5.7)
Sure, it depends on the Spring compatibility.
But micro version changes should be fine.
Are there any docs aside from the example, where to look for info ?
There is a wiki and this forum.
The idea how this (SpringDeployer) works is described in the article.