5 Replies Latest reply on Feb 5, 2002 3:51 AM by Alexander Lepekhine

    deployement tool

    Zeeshan Ali Shah Newbie

      from where i can get free gui based deploymenty tool for jboss ejb2.0

        • 1. Re: deployement tool
          Sinchan Newbie

          You don't need any GUI to make it.. it's very simple.
          Just copy your JAR file to deploy directory.
          And it's automatically deployed by JBoss.

          • 2. Re: deployement tool
            Chris Knoll Newbie

            Are you sure? Where would you declare the transaction isolation? Where would you declare your security and roles? Where would you declare the inter-bean dependencies? I think you do need a deployment descriptor and it doens't just 'work' as you make it out to do.

            -Chris

            • 3. Re: deployement tool
              Dain Sundstrom Master

              > Are you sure?

              You only need a JBoss deployment descriptor if you are not happy with the defaults.

              > Where would you declare the transaction isolation?

              This is declared in the datasource pool setup. (see the free online docs for details).

              > Where would you declare your security and roles?

              Security mapping requires setup work and is declared in the auth.conf, jboss.xml and jboss-web.xml. (see the online free docs or the for pay JBoss Book)

              > Where would you declare the inter-bean dependencies?

              Are you talking env-refs? If so these are declared in the jboss.xml file. (see the online free docs or the for pay JBoss Book)

              > I think you do need a deployment descriptor and
              > it doesn't just 'work' as you make it out to do.

              The simple cases just work. If you require a specific setup, you need to declare it. Most people are happy with the out of the box behavior for development and address these issues toward the end of the development cycle (as it appears you are).


              • 4. Re: deployement tool
                Marc Ollier Newbie

                Hi

                The question was perhaps about a tool that can write the jboss.xml you speak about. This would interest me

                Thanks
                gtm

                • 5. Re: deployement tool
                  Alexander Lepekhine Newbie

                  I am happy with XDoclet from sourceforge. It writes correctly all deployment descriptors we need, interfaces (local and remote) and ValueObjects. It's just fairy tale!