After reading a lot of documentation during our port of a Spring application from Tomcat to Jboss 6
I finally got it to work. I thought I would provide a simple example of what I did.
It does not use the .spring deployer but does use the snowdrop vfs capabilities for loading the Spring context.
1. Copy your spring libraries to the $JBOSS_HOME/common/lib
These come from the target/WEB-INF/lib area after the maven build is done.
2. Make sure you have maven etc.
3. Change the jboss dir in the pom properties
4. Run mvn clean package jboss:harddeploy
Note: I am assuming that one knows how to use maven:
In your pom properties you need to change the jboss_home directory
I hope it saves you some time in your efforts to get Spring/Jboss working together.
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